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THE READING TIMES, HEADING, PA'.y SATURDAY MORNING; OCTOBER'?, T93T" OLIVETS, EAST ENDS ON ; HOME GRIDS TOMORROW! BULLDOGS FACE POTTSTOWN BEARS; GAENZLES OPEN WITH RIALTO CLUB PALS AND MAROONS III FINAL TOMORROW ABE KASHEY WANTS VALLY DUSEK, HOT POD0L0CK, HE SAYS But Promoter Bertolini Manages to Smooth Thingg Over Oil LEBANON FIELD Gablesville Owl Eleven Entertains Maroons In Second Start; Coach Janis Leads Franklins On Foreign Field Sixteen Mountaineers Indians Open Series Today at Strausstown ......... ...................... i Defending City and County Champions If Lj sk U t y Y Olivet Collegians tackle a Lancaster eleven for the second straight week tomorrow, meeting the West Ends on the Lauer's Park gridiron at 3:15. In their first test, the Collegians humbled Rialto Club," 19 - 0. Coach Earl Wenger will make two changes in his backfield. Skip Schuyler, former Reading High athlete, will start at left halfback, and Andy Gray will work at full. Both Schuyler hard to stop on end runs, showed up well in the opener, with and Gray picking up yardage on line smacks. Tony Priore will be at quarter and Jimmy Daron right half. The invaders will show a heavy, ex - Lancaster High and Lancaster 148 - pound quarterback, has been seasons, and Cack Copeland, big the West Ends' offense will be Charley Witmer, elusive halfback, and Flip Furnman, a great passer. Lineups: , WEST ENDS OLIVETS Boas V LB Pezdlre Copeland LT Dmmato Williams LG Masclotti Kendig C Kline Herts RG Patterson Benewit RT Bossalinl Rlttenhouse RE Cassell Gehman QB . Priore Witmer. LHB . ...Schuyler Baker Turcman RHB Daron FB Gray ENDERS vs. EPHRATA East End gridders, bedecked in new uniforms, tangle with the Ephrata Blue Jackets tomorrow on the Shillington High School gridiron at 2 o'clock. The Blue and Gold machine will be seeking its second triumph of the season. Stan Lessig, husky running back, and Eddie Hannahoe, stellar guard, will be on the sidelines due to injuries. Pat Damore will replace . Lessig and Paul Hartranft is expected to substitute for Hannahoe in the forward wall. Hartranft is a veteran of 11 years experience with the Enders. Abrahams at Quarter Coach Rich Abrahams will open up at quarter, with Damore, Ray Delewski and Jimmy Foreman as the other ball - toters. Joe Manzo - lillo, Laverne Readinger, Stan Roberts and Aris Carpousis also will see action in the backfield. The visitors are former Ephrata High and Reamstown Red Terrors' stars, and boast a team average of ' 170 pounds. Probable lineups: EPHRATA EAST ENDS Witmer ISE A. DelewikI Rosenberg LT Hartranft Connor LG Buri Rineer 3 , E. Delewoki Reich RG Reichardt Dillinger RT Stankowitz Eaby RE Van Horn Mull QT Ahrahnmx Enck... - . LHB Damore Kulp RHB R. Delewski Hocker FB Foreman BULLDOGS IN OPENER Coach Pip Chubb sends his revamped Glenside ensemble into its first battle tomorrow, the Bulldogs facing the Pottstown North End Bears on the local gridiron. Chubb has built his attack around the veteran Jack Martin, who runs at left halfback with Eddie Koch. Among the newcomers is Bud Brobst, 240 - pound tackle, who played four years of football with the West Coast Army Service team. Potts - town's eleven includes ex - Pottstown High players. Charley Hoffman, the Bears' leader, has been working the squad for four weeks. Lineups: POTTSTOWN GLENSIDE Souders Lr Fichthorn Hoffman LT ' Baggy Peterman LG Strunk Thees C Murray Schneider RG . . ..Shaw Smith RT Sweimler Jamison RE McLeod Freese QB Swavnly V.Matthews LHB Martin Miller RHB Green White FB Fowler Pottstown subs Trudy, Herlinger, Haas, Rilkets, McAvoy, Weidner. Crouter, W. Matthews. Reynolds, Neiffer, Scheifly, Levengood, Haldeman, Betz, Martin, Koz - lowski. Glenside subs Koch. Brobst, Simon, Franks. Palm, E. Hill, Riegel, Guth, Gabriel, Bowers, Hummel, Hoffman, Weber. JACKETS MAKE DEBUT With a starting lineup that in cludes six erstwnne Reading Hign lettermen, the new Gaenzle Green Jacket football crew pries off the lid on its '37 chase tomorrow at West Shore, tackling the Rialto Club of Lancaster, at 2:15. Karl Bachman, last year's Rocket captain, will be at guard for Coach Jim Gabriel, and Clarence Guldin, the - ace three years ago, is the quarterback. Other Red and Black products with the Gaenzles are Mose Brogley, Russ Wunder, Ed Twardowski and Ray Perella. Newly - signed gridders besides Bachman and Guldin are Babs Pittman, Slim Eckert, Frankie Gill, Joe Starr and Nooky Schultz. Lineups: RIALTO CLUB GAENZLES Williams LE Brogley Royer LT . . Wunter Hoover LG Twardowski S. Moyer C Coleaan W. Pickle RG Bachman C. Pickle RT Schoelkopf Myers RE Eckert Fober QB Guldin Reese ; LHB . Perella Decker RHB Costsnbader Skethway FB Pittman OWLS AT HOME GABLESVILLE, Oct. 1. Salisbury Maroons, of the Lehigh Valley, will be the grid attraction here Sunday as Truck Yentsch's Owls go Gaenzle Green Jackets OPENING AT WEST SHORE DIAMOND (GLENSIDE) OPPONENTS Lancaster ' Blue Jackets SUNDAY AT 2:15 P. M. mmmm Adm. 25 c and ISCmb g P. veteran eleven that includes many Catholic High gridders. Willie Snyder, playing amateur football for seven tackle, is a six - year man. Leading I New Jacket Clarence Guldin after their second victory of the new season. Kick - off is scheduled for 2:15. Although beating DeLuxe A. C. by 12 - 0 last Sunday, the - lo cals' attack failed to function prop erly, and Coach Truck Yentsch. has been drilling his charges long and hard this week. Lineups: MAROONS GABLESVILLE Jentll LE Boyer Pask LT Eltr Pittman LG ...D. Prey Howies C Ertel Mitchell RO R. Frey Mossi RT Updegrove Zecolick RE . . Biensinger Gentile QB Fruchter Litz LHB I. Moyer McClay RHB Varady Luby FB Rhoads FRANKLINS ON ROAD Franklin A. C. grid eleven inau urates the 1937 campaign tomorrow at Pottstown when they tangle with the East Ends on Spicer Field, at 2:15. The Pottstown eleven copped, 26 - 0, last season. The Blue Jackets open their fourth season - and second under Coach Frank Janis with numerous new luminaries in the lineup. The 'backfield ill be bolstered wiUi Paul "Pibbie" Kowaleski, former V. V. V, West End Maroon and Gaenzle ace. Sign Muthart, Hart Other new faces among the ballcarriers are Bill Muthart, Kenhorst Buccaneer flash, and Rusty Hart, erstwhile Gibraltar speedster. Jimmy' Firing and Bob Kowaleski are the holdovers. Veterans returning the forward wall are Joe Jablonski, Louie Ella, Janis, Frank DiPaolo, Sam Branky ana johnny Sanders. A new addition is Chip Renzo, slim wingman, from West Reading. Probable lineups: FRANKLINS POTTSTOWN Jablonski LE Wopton Elia LT Maloney Janis LO T. J. Moyer DiPoalo C Glotz Branky RG Koren Sanders RT Oof nee Renzo RE Vapiner R. Kowaleski QB Houston Muthart.; LHB Hiltwine Hart RHB Fox Kowaleski FB Sork Franklin substitutes Kopala, Stremba, Listrani, Fix, Pompey, Florzak, Pachvillo, Firing. Distaslo, Pearson, Soltls, Sczwarz - kowski, Grillo, Trate, Oliver, Radka, Slo - vick, Stanklewicz. Dukes Roll Over Bobcats, 39 to 0 PITTSBURGH," Oct. 1 (JP) The Duquesne Dukes, smarting under the sting of last year's 2 - 0 setback at the hands of West Virginia Wes - leyan, got sweet revenge tonight by trampling all over , the boys from the Mountain State. 39 to 0. A crowd of 13,425 saw the powerful local ball carriers romp through theWesleyan defense. A year ago the Bobcats resisted the assaults of the Duke forwards just one week after Duquesne had upset the strong Pitt Panther. The Dukes scored three time in the opening period, one of these coming in the first scrimmage of the game. DUQUESNE WESLEY AN Platukis LE Broadwater Maras .LT .' Mike Barko LG Dean Grablnskl C K. Moore Amann r - .RG Ciccone Crltchfleld RT Qatskie SeranelU iRE Campbell Zoppettl ....QB ., Coleman Brumbaugh LHB. Mavckey Matslk ...RHB....". Weber Karrs FB Mullen Duquesne 20 S 7 6 39 Wesleyan 0 0 0 0 0 Touchdowns Matslk, Brumbaugh 3, Cecere (sub for Platukis), Caasilo (sub for Matslk). Points after touchdown - Brumbaugh 2 (placement), Onder (placement). Reforee Calvin L. Bolster. Umpire Ear! Cavanaugh (Pitt). Linesman Dan B. Daugherty (W. tc J). Field judge A. W. McMillen (Pitt). FOOTBALL SUNDAY - - FOOTDALL OCT. 3 AT GLENSIDE GLENSIDE BULLDOGS vs. POTTSTOWN NORTH END BEARS STARRING THE RICKERT BROS. KICKOFF 2:15 ... Lebanon Valley League championship will be decided tomorrow at Lebanon at 2:30 when Palmyra and Newmanstown tangle In the fifth game of the playoffs. The three - game series for the Berks - Lancaster League crown will take place at Strausstown this afternoon at 2:30 when Leesport aSkd Strausstown clash. The second affair will be staged at Leesport tomorrow at the same time. The Pals, defending the crown woo last year from Robesonia, expect to start Jackie Wilson on the rubber, while Paul Billett is due to work for the Maroons. Manager Paul Pelffer's champs copped the first conflict, 6 - 3, and had to come back last Sunday to register a 3 - 0 triumph to even the series. - Maroons Surprise Pal Russ Wrightstone's charged, underdogs in the pre - series betting, surprised the Palmyrans by taking a 3 - 2 verdict in 13 frames in the second melee and created a furore in the Valley by walloping the Lebanon Countains, 8 - 2, last Saturday. The largest crowd of the titular tiffs is expected to be on hand for the battle and both clubs will be at full strength. Sammy Angle, peppery receiver, will handle Billett's shoots. Wrightstone has Ted Westerweld ready for relief work, and Bob Myers and Ray Fisher will get the bullpen assignments from Peiffer. Potteiger Vs. McGovern Leesport Indians, first - half kings for the B and L, boast a victory over the Mountaineers in the round - robin playoffs, and Paul Potteiger, southpaw who downed them in that contest, will be on the firing line today. He will b? opposed by Big Joe McGovern, former Albright, and Vil - lanova College ace Tomorrow, Skipper Ralph Keim will start Walter Rickenbach, curve - ball artist. Irvin Bressler has Fred Berger, victor over the V. V. V.'s last Sunday, assigned for the Sabbath mound detail. Both clubs are hard hitting out fits with the Strausstown crew showing much power on their home field. Extra base hits copped the second - part flag for the Mountain eers ana with Bill Markle, Guy Clemmens, Elmer Reigel, Johnny Fisher and Johnny Oxenrider to pace the attack the Mountain root ers look for the diadem in two straight tilts. Indians Have Speed Leesport boasts a speedy group with such distance hitters as the Dreibelbls brothers, Walt and Hon; Tommy Bucks and Roy Nortley in the lineup. The Braves were out standing in the first schedule and tough in the second, and are favored to win on experience. Most of the players have been playing together for several seasons. Probable lineups: NEWMANSTOWN PALMYRA Rahn, 3b Miller. 2b Warren, If Stroud, ss Berman, rf Bo ringer, lb Hertz, cf Peiffer, e Wilson, p Braner, cl Angle, e Leahy, ss Wrightstone, lb witmer. 3to Dolla. If Noble. 2b Hlppert, rf Billett, p LEESPORT D. Dreibelbls, 3b ' Holland. If W. Dreibelbls, 3b Nortley, rf R. Knoblauch, cf Makepeace, ss Harak, c Bucks, lb Potteiger or W. Rickenbach, y STRAUSSTOWN Hinkle, 3b Reigel, lb Piaher, 3b Markle, cf Clemmens, Oxenrider, ss Hounker, rf Wolfe. If McOovern or Berger, p Tomasetti Leads Bucknell to Win LEWE5BTJRG, Oct. 1 UP) Two touchdown marches, one for 69 yards' and another for 51, gave Bucknell University's football team a 13 - 0 victory over Lebanon Valley College tonight before 5,000 spectators. Lou Tomasetti, Junior halfback from Old Forge, was the spearhead of the Bisons' attack, averaging VA yards for every time he carried the ball, totaling 199 yards. Bucknell's first touchdown march started on its own 31 - yard line and made use entirely of ground plays. Tomasetti and Funair did all the ball - carrying, and Tomasetti went over from the three - yard mark, Quick kicking the extra point. ' LEBANON VALLEY BUCKNELL Brown LE..: Wenner Herman LT Contl (CO Da vies LO Barron Belmer C Pegg Bulota RO Mandrodt Katcnmer RT Lynn Prey ....RE Rhodes Kress QB Lane Walk LHB Tomasetti Whitman RHB Funair Prldinger FB Quick Lebanon Valley 0 0 0 0 0 Bucknell 0 7 0 813 Touchdowns Tomasetti. Funair. Point after touchdown Quick (place - J menu. auDsuiuiiorui LDanon val ley Ends; Tryan, Betzel; guard, Weld - man; tackle, Bosnyak, Sickel, Streeter; center, Rakow; halfbacks, Lennon, T. Roseman, Kuhn, Oarland, Dempsey, Bucknell, End, Canneetro; guards, 6it - arsky, Bosze ; center. Berk; quarterback. Canarick: halfback. Bowman: fullback, KUck. CHANGE BOXING NIGHT Amateur boxing classes at Tyson - Schoener recreation center will be conducted Monday and Thursday nights of each week, Dave Breen announced last night. It was an - nouced that the classes would be run Tuesdays and Thursdays, but the first night has been shifted to Monday. Terry McHugh will be in charge. ELM LEAF SHOOT A 15 - flyer sweepstake, starting at o'clock, will feature the shoot of the Elm Leaf Gun Club tomorrow over the Skyline Boulevard traps. In a special event, Edward Snyder will meet Leo Faller in a challenge match for the Berks cup, now held by Snyder. - 'X 11 Vav - - & $1 m ja d - 1 i IPIHTO1 MniDmii - lii. ii. im .Tt,;ii.i.iM.m ir iiu - fmwini mauiumi wmmmmtmmau i.niiiy uiyjgui n rmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I Olivet Collegians, above, are risking their city and county sandlot football crown this year. They make their second, appearance of the sseason tomorrow at La tier's Park, meeting the Lancaster West Ends. Front row, left to right: Skip Schuyler, Frank Pepe, Tony Priore, Woozy Smith, Jimmy Dron, Nick Pasqnale, Andy Gray, Bob Bonte. Second row Chief Ortyl, Joe Venezia, Francis Cassel, Charley Bossalina, Pat Patterson, Artie Kline, Lou Masciotti, Hon Moyer, Minnie Pezdirc. Back row Frank Demaio, Bnps Latshaw, Carl Shaner, Wimpy Fabra, Bogs Bogdanski, Chick Wardenski, Joe Bellini, Jimmy Tront, Cass Simon, Ray Zieber, Marty Hill, Coach Earl Wenger. Times Staff Photo. BERKS WALTONIANS PLAN EXHIBITS AT SPORTSMEN'S SHOW Build Feeding Station Model Today for Next Week's Display Berks County chapter of the Izaak Walton League will take an active part in the Eastern Pennsylvania Sportsmen's Show to be held at the Rajah Temple next week. Friday is scheduled as Wal - tonian night. The show committee with Charles Kellum and Myron Schlegel as directors will meet today at 2 o'clock to build the model game feeding stations which will be one of the features of the Waltonian exhibit. The committee meets at Morgan town read ana Lancaster avenue and will collect materials necessary for the erection of the models. Committee Meets Today The committee meets tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at the Rajah to decorate the large Waltonian booth which will occupy the center of the main floor. Part of the ex hibit will be a model of a "live talking fish" which will have message for all attending. "Pete Rabbit" also will have a part, Harry Cook and Bill Goddard are directors of this feature. i . jonn Komermei will snow a model in miniature of all forms of streamdlmprovement. Paul Hertzog will hiw charge of the winter feeding scene. Kellum will super vise the artistic effects, including a large oil painting of a trout fish erman. Paul Weber is to supply the game mounts. Moving pictures, taken by E. C Winnie, will be' shown nightly. The scenes were taken along the Back and Hay creeks and will depict views of trout fishermen with refer ence to stream improvement. Banquet Friday Night On Friday, the Waltonians will start their big night with a banquet at the Berkshire Hotel at 6:30. The dinner inaugurates the Izaak Walton state convention which will be held today and Saturday. The guest speaker is Otto Deering, national vice president of the Waltonians. Following a session of bait and 'fly casting, and movies at the Sportmen's show, the local members will wind up the festivities with a lunch at the Berkshire. Reservations can be made by calling Harry Cook at 3 - 2200. MORE ON Big Time Elevens (Continued Front Page 14) Boston College - Kansas State Gil Dobie may be worried, from habit, but Boston looks too tough for the visitors from Big Six territory. Manhattan - Texas A. & M. This return bout features the day's biggest lntersectional mileage. Dick Todd should pace the Texans to victory in a rousing melee. Princeton - Virginia The Tigers aren't what they were a few. years ago but the Cavaliers have just be gun to rebuild. Princeton. Penn Over Maryland Pennsylvania - Maryland This may be close although Pennsylvania's veteran line figures to control the situation. On the eastern "ivy" front other wise, there s no difficulty picking Yale over Maine. Harvard over Springfield, Columbia over Williams and Dartmouth over Amherst. Navy should trounce Citadel and New York University will top Carnegie. Moving south it looks like Georgia over South Carolina, North Caro lina over N. C. State on the rebound, Tennessee over Virginia Tech, Duke over Davidson by plenty and Georgia Tech over Mercer in a breeze. Rice and Southern Methodist, in the southwest, figure to beat Oklahoma and. Centenary. Missouri's Big Six title contenders get the call over Colorado. On the western frcnt, California has too much power for Oregon State, but Idaho may upset Washington State, and Gonzaga has a good chance to beat J St. Mail's. My CENTRAL T. M. C. A. SENIOR LEAGUE Y. M. C. A. Alleys EAGLES OromU .. 18S Uehr .... 175 Bead'up . 179 Lelb 18 Biehl ., . 171 161 172 504 . 163 170 130 463 . ... 123 US . 165 ... 103 268 . 173 114 177 4641 . 157 157 183 i Brunner . Phillips .. South'th . Scha'ffer . rhornb'g . Totals .. 879 NU - Mentzer S . 147 FASHIONTSD 169 184 500 Hedrick Totals .. 829 725 7642318 CUBS Lotz 173 152 160 485 Blewett .. 137 181 ... 318 Swoyer .. 123 14a 139 415 Messner Neidig . Miller . Srossl'd Otto 162 ... 173 335 Smith 160 178 338 Walters .. 138 181 135 4Ji Totals . . 829 ENGINEERS Eberly ... 159 ... 175 154 174 179 Dufft . Bates . Wentzel Eyrich Hints . ... 146 ... 138 ... 180 Totals .. 759 822 7852366 BEARS !autrlch . 207 171 168 546 ... 164 Wengle 141 141 Totals .. 787 Beitzel 155 ... 155 Doller . . Klein . . . Johnston Pred'ick 177 159 153 489 184 ... 101 385 192 161 353 152 .63 225 540 FOOTERS Kroenlg Deeds . Longlott .. 124 . 157 Hodg'ins Guard . McKin'y . 154 .. 193 . 208 Totals Gehris . Winter . Ritz ... Andes .. Henke . Dick'son . 912 809 8882609 BUCKS . 128 14T .93 468i . 150 1 52 129 431 .. 149 169 ... 318 ,. 181 179 153 513 . 143 ... 146 389 Totals . . 838 PUNCH Gotfhall . 180 Wheeler .. 142 . ... 155 160 S15 Ludwig .. 149 Kerber ... 162 Phrist Totals .. 751 802 7812334 Lebo 179 CLASS A CITY LEAGUE 41 Totals .. Paradise Alleys Y - B CIOAR BLOTTERS 2 MacLean . 224 166 186 576 Monasmith 194 183 205 582 Urban .... 200 179 150 529 Ketterer .. 213 187 182 582 Jackson .. 198 158 230 586 Weber Stan'law . 149 Keating . Stamm .. Calabria Whifyer Totals.. 1029 873 9532855 CLOVER FARMS DAIRY Totals .. 862 223 146 169 175 652 8092523 NO NAME Epler 179 187 190 556 Bare 200 182 189 571 Deysher .. 168 212 175 555 A. Llntl . 182 156 168 506 Schmeck . 161 203 255 819 Lind'uth . 198 fils 147 Bright ... 169 Ciabaton . 171 Powell ... 191 H1U Totals... 890 940 9772807 Totals .. 876 LIBERTY DAIRY J. Gaul 191 175 162 528 TEXTILE Baker .... Wells W. Gaul., G. Snyder. 190 195 189 574 201 177 184 562 Christ , Durman Greth ., Ernst ,, Petree , Young , .. 233 .. 148 ,. 162 .. 150 ., 170 188 176 180 546 202 215 161 6781 Totals... 972 940 8762738 CARPENTER STEEL Totals .. 863 jrnrr"K - Don'hower 154 195 179 5281 DeTemple. 172 190 194 656 21 186 177 579 Whitm'n . 172 Borst Smith .... Busch .... 181 206 185 552 185 215 194 594 Henry Lawre'oe Ernst . . . Ludwig . Totals... 908 992 909 2809 risen , ORIOLES Totals .. 829 P. Mayer . 173 178 220 571 Laub 199 173 178 550 Griffith. .. n60 212 159 531 READING CITY 130 177 ... 160 190 LEAGUE nrfAtinn AllevS Hibschman 201 204 181 J. Mayer.. 166 179 181 626 SCHWEMMER8 Reinert , Hughes , Klu'wits Gebhart Senior . , 200 Totals.. ST. Blank ... Killian .. Levan ... Btxler ... . 8S9 946 9192754 194 152 171 141 LAWRENCE . 170 177 181 528 . 190 192 193 675 . 174 156 148 478) Totals .. 858 POMBROY'S . 202 163 188 553 949 8692676 . 190 201 219 610 Swoyer .. Spickler .. 169 Painter Totals... 924 889 9292744 irui Drain ., Chick .. ? WALTER JONES Wood'th ivt Hoffman - . 170 234 204 608 Price 180 205 159 544 Totals .. 805 Gehret ... 180 188 200 56B Irvln 169 178 199 546 ST. LAW. Wills Gelts Reber .... Burkm'n . Marks ... P. LlntZ .. 221 194 179 094 168 169 190 176 Totals... 920 999 941 2860 QUAKER STATE Batdorf .. 181 173 166 520 Rishel ... 139 150 170 59 Totals .. 925 Quaint'nee 168 159 191 51ffl RDG. BOTTLING ?? 223 WUllfta Luts 171 150 162 mil Breldegam 164 195 170 526 TI.rlr .. 195 Tnv .... 199 von io Winter - ... 158 Totals... 82 . 827 8592507 Sands .... 215 WYOMISSING INDUSTRIES LEAGUE Paradise Alleys B. K. M. OFFICE Totals .. 933 UiTV.ciU Baer 121 147 167 435 tb AlOft Ocks'der . 153 188 163 ou Meinh:d " 211 Zerby .... 184 Ludwig I. 18 Walbert 175 ... 151 320 146 146 291 ... 138 153 291 147 153 189 499 Knao'b'r Chrlstel Grealy . Souders .. 175 Totals . 955 GRAND Totals .. 741 772 8232356 NEEDLE MAKBIRS Freeland . 180 Kallna 149 150 157 456 166 154 185 505 162 144 193 499 Bitting Plasecki E. Hain. C. Hain. Evans .. Seigfri'd 154 165 213 ... Dalndro Walker , Zielinskl ... 179 149 328 212 212 177 192 183 552 Stan'l'w Totals .. 907 9M 8982739 MAENNEBCHOB LEAGUE Harmonic Alleys ADAM Totals .. 896 819 8872552 NO NAME Perzel ... 158 178 196 32 P. Huber 186 188 O. Huber . 186 177 175 638 Man b ch . 212 136 184 512 Rankev .. 186 191 ... 377 Adam .. Drayer , Weaver Gardner Average 174 215 J. Lebo... 168 155 181 504 133 167 135 Totals . . 910 837 9022649 MAINTENANCE ... W. Smith. 171 188 181 MO Totals... 824 owl i nfl 147 163 498 155 156 48B 169 169 517 156 181 503 . PAIT Miller .... 161 197 17 534 Surgeoner. 131 132 132 395 J. Paft 178 178 206 562 115 8502544 M. Paff Average 175 .11 138 524 135 135 135 405 Totals... 780 853 7871420 198 180 378 SEIDEL 185 187 547 H. Seidel. 14 143 146 452 Marks .... 149 114 161 4.4 Fritz 110 131 188 429 Fidler 137 135 138 410 Addis 166 212 161 539 154 157 205 536 170 144 493 879 9002608 Totals.. 187 204 550 , 726 735 793 - 2254 173 168 487 138 173 145 318 155 154 489 unuwn r. Seidel. 167 183 127 477 Yeich 176 161 158 495 215 213 139 567 Herman. Brown .. Carlance 323 212 599 194 170 148 512 159 131 182 472 911 8832581 Totals... Ill 858 7542523 141 ... 141 ... 207 331 144 166 467 144 170 468 214 198 605 178 189 575 HARMONY LEAGUE Harmonle Alleys RED SOX Penny . Rocco . Average Sands . Sheets . . 137 220 151 508 .. 133 132 115 380 .. 125 125 125 975 821 9302587 & DIE 199 182 581 181 144 467 . . 138 159 203 498 .. 211 215 202 628 149 Totals... 742 851 7962389 YANKEES Nizart 193 177 - 370 Kreize .... Ill 145 256 Savage ... 133 177 152 463 Maurer ... 176 ... 166 342 Beck 149 157 13 469 120 178 460 141 106 307 158 189 527 800 8592471 157 157 Deirolf Sr. 179 160 169 508 203 175 527 152 180 553 Totals... 748 832 8272407 170 140 456 122 ... 281 PIRATES Van Pelt.. 176 200 213 889 205 157 537 Nein 194 113 171 478 Himelreich 176 157 181 514 Horting .. 156 159 146 461 Kissinger.. 171 161 193 525 177 177 552 151 183 481 193 214 576 161 167 499 161 ... 352 186 186 Totals... 873 790 9042567 GIANTS Kirlln .... 189 160 153 502 Witman .. !38 109 117 364 843 927 2646 Gillespie... 154 134 139 427 Average .. 125 125 125 375 Mauger . . 189 108 201 498 193 1 81 807 177 202 527 168 223 553 182 ... 332 192 192 159 205 534 Totals... 796 636 7352166 READING STEEL CASTING LEAGUE Bajah Alleys 879 10032745 oVERS STEEL 168 162 502Harakal 180 139 146 465 WO 158 147 482 Stover 149 ... 11 308 Bossier .. Kane Krauter . . Rothermel ... 140 173 313 136 138 HI 170 156 486 165 137 493 195 166 154 515 138 144 . . . 282 162 157 170 488 797 7402366 Totals:.. 822 746 8042372 SPECIALTIES Frohman.. 181 147 1 72 500 Reich .... 141 ... 152 293 Kershner . 143 136 169 448 Bsgno 147 ... 147 Johnston . 150 148 158 452 KeKller .. 141 139 158 438 JEWELERS 190 145 535 182 191 soi 235 156 543 169 190 530 173 187 601 Totals... 756 715 8072278 VALVES . 155 197 176 528 . 185 ... 181 36 Osman 49 88 - 508 Msvks ?1H t - J?1 Leonard loi iw Wink 179 193 197 569 . . . 169 . . . 113 199 180 182 561 iZi ilX iln Keim Utf 1DU "l Kochard . 127 181 180 488 909 9352709 Totals. 845 920 9182681 FITTINGS H. Bover.. 19 162 179 510 Zechman . .. . 146 157 299 Nein 160 173 186 5.19 Swisher .. 179 179 Weyandt . 206 158 198 560 E. Boyer . 159 230 193 583 LUNCHEONETTE 155 191 569 167 204 5JS 198 190 555 148 193 531 195 195 565 861 9732759 Totals... 873 863 9132649 1BI 246 022 137 194 530 167 " ?" ALDERA LEAGUE Rajah Alleys 177 194 mo DE MOLAY 847 9802780 Schearer 102 139 241 Palsgrove. Stuebner. Leitzel ... Grepps ... Fisher .... 112 ... 130 - 242 AT"fETT. 88 119 104 311 83 97 . . 180 109 116 152 377 108 108 167 383 lfi2 183 541 181 180 - 572 135 159 4.8 J? ?? - 580 1 i"1 - " Totals... 500 542 6321734 DE MOLAY ALUMNI Weltzel ... 134 189 ... 303 Grim 109 108 109 326 Buchanan. 131 129 113 373 Bertram .. 162 148 1 78 488 Harbach . 162 148 1 78 488 Dukes .... 108 164 155 427 834 9142703 HOTEL ... 181 17 OJJ 182 . . . 154 148 189 502 231 183 827 183 172 354 Totals... 44 718 6922054 Laird 88 122 124 384 Seward .. 137 146 169 452 Levan 136 170 134 440 Shults .... 202 179 160 841 Average .. 125 125 125 375 168 ISO 136 188 53M Totals... 688 742 7122141 DE MOLAY ADVISORS Lloyd .... 131 125 130 386 Mover 232 133 138 501 Leihbach . 125 131 124 386 187 110 "i 143 177 487 135 135 405 749 7982369 Totals... 488 389 3901287 EAST END A. C. vs. Ephrata Blue Jackets ALLSTAR ATTRACTION KICK - OFF 2:15 SHILLINaTON FIELD SUNDAY, OCT. 3 Plenty of( Parking Frmt ADULTS 25c; CHILDREN 15c BUSES WILL LEAVE 16JS AND COTTON AT 1.45 PORT CLINTON HOST TO OLEY TOMORROW If) CENTRAL FINALE Kerst Opposes Hoffman On Mound; Winner Will ttVIeet Hams Oley and Port Clinton tussle for the Berks Recreation Central Division crown tomorrow at Port Clinton, starting 2:4, in the third and final contest of the series. Manager Bill Mohan has decided to use Al "Lefty" Kerst on the rubber for the first - half kings. Katz Miller will do the catching for the Bengals. P. P. Lehman will start Carl "Red" Hoffman for the Bears, with Bob Groff catching. Tigers Add First Port Clinton annexed the initial friy of the playoffs, 6 - 1, while Oley knotted the count with a 12 - 8 triumph last Sunday. The winner of the engagement will swing into action against) Hamburg, Northern Division champion, Saturday, October 9, in the first affair for the loop crown. I The victor of the Central and Northern clash will oppose Birds - boro, Southern king, on Sunday, October 10. Shoemakersville copped the Northern circuit title last year, but failed to come through in the sector mis season, Birdsboro Succeeded Muhlenberg, Northern DW lsion entry in 1937, as the Southern sector, monarch of while Oley and Port Clinton are battling to Succeed to the mantle worn by the Spring Valley aggrega tion in 1937. Probable lineups OLEY PORT CLINTON Lehman, 2b Rhoads, If H. Chrtstman, rf Groff, c Kase. ss D. Chrlstman, 3b Snyder, cf R. Chrlstman, lb Hoffman, p Mohan, 2b T. Moyer, If Kelly, cf Correll. lb J. Miller, rf C. Miller, c Shappell. ss Degler, 3b Kerst, p DEAN MARK HANOVER SHATTERS FOR THREE HEATS LEXINGTON, Ky., Oct. 1 (P) Another record shattering performance featured the closing day of the Grand Circuit today. Dean Hanover champion three - year - old trotter, lowered his own world's mark for three heats by a stallion when he won the fifty - ninth renewal of the $2,000 Kentucky stake in 2:00'i, 2:00 and 2:00. Ha was driven by L. B. Sheppard of the Hanover farm's organization. ANOTHER FOR BIROS NEWARK, N. J., Oct. 1 (IP) The hard - hitting j Columbus Red Birds made the champion Newark Bears of the International, League look like just another ball club for the third straight time tonight as they beat them 6 to 3 in the third game of the little world series before a near capacity crowd of 17,000. 1 R H K Columbus (A.k.) ..200 000 220 10 1 At Newark (I.L.) ..300 000 0003 8 3 Batteries Cooper, Laniur (2), Potter (9) and Grube; TaiSulU, Beggs (8), Fage (9), and HershbeVger. De Sure To Visit EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA SPORTSMAN'S SHOW Rajah Temple All Next Week . .t to 11 P. M. Saturday 1 to 11 i Features by: Izaak Walton League, Penna. Departments of Forests and Waters, Fish and Game Commissions. Conservation subjects by U. S. Departments of Agriculture, Forestry, Biological Survey. Outdoor subjects by Boy Scouts, Camp Fire Girls, Blue Mountain Wilderness Association, ;. Reading Camera Club. Advance showing sporting goods and many other attractive exhibits. Host off Motion Picture Changing Daily on WILDLIFE, CONSERVATION, WINTER SPORTS Abe Kashey, rated by mat critics as the roughest individual in the wrestling sport, has issued a challenge to Wally Dusek, junior member of the Dusek "Riot - Squad," after threatening to "pull out" of his scheduled match with Walter Podo - lock on the Vincent Lopez - Stan Pinto card at the Armory, Tuesday night. Kashey said yesterday that he had signed a contract with Bertolini thinking he was to wrestle Dusek instead of Podolock. The local ringmaster, however, claims Abe penned his name to a blank; contract and said he did not guarantee Kashey a match with Dusek. "I knew it was Impossible to get Dusek to wrestle Kashey," said Bertolini." Wally and Abe are bitter enemies. In fact, all of the Duseks have agreed never to wrestle Kashey since Ernie's bout with the Syrian last winter at Camden, N. J. It's the Truth "Kashey is said to have blinded Ernie with a handful of red pepper," continued Bertolini, "Wally stepped in the ring and slugged Kashey when he saw what was going on. Both he and Kashey were suspended in New Jersey. This is the real dope and not a press agent's dream." Wally Dusek will also be seen in action on the drill shed mat. Promoter Bertolini has paired the two - fisted Nebraskan with Mayes Mc - Lain, former Iowa State University athlete, and a big favorite with Berks County fans. Although Wally will no doubt enter the ring the favorite to brush aside McLain, the Nebraskan can expect a torrid tussle. Steinke Is Back . Hans Steinke, the German Oak, will make his first appearance here after a long absence in another time limit encounter. Steinke has been signed to grapple Jake Patterson, erstwhile Syracuse University athlete. Patterson should prove a stiff test for Steinke. Jake tips the beams at 230 pounds and scales close to the seven - foot mark. "Big Ben" Morgan, 320 pound be - whiskered hill - billy from Boyd County, Kentucky, is scheduled to debut before local fandom in the opening 30 minute duel, pitted against Casey Berger of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Morgan proved a sensation in California mat circles last summer, defeating a number of outstanding grapplers, including Man Mountain Dean, Ed Lewis, Joe SavoWi and Nick Lutze. . Pennsy Drivers Battle Visitors LEBANON, Oce. 1 Regional rivalry, which has given considerable impetus to auto racing in Eastern Pennsylvania, will be waged here on Sunday when top - flight speedsters from Harrisburg, Reading, York, Lancaster and Lebanon, will assemble in an attempt to repulse the invasion of out of the state stars. Although the entry list includes the names of such prominent pilots as Bud Walker, Long Island, N. Y., and Doc Shanebrook, Detroit, Men., the lads who will hold the center of attention Sunday are Ted Kline, Harrisburg; Dave Wilt, Paul Young and Bill Gable, Lancaster; Otto Stine, York, and Amnion Kelchner end Jerry Donmoyer, Lebanon. Kline, seeking his fifth straight win, will find plenty of competition, in the Central Pennsylvania ranks. Kelchner, who was hampered by motor trouble two weeks ago, will again pilot hie speedy No. 28, which has been changed to a D. O. Hal, and now rates as one of the fastest cars in the east. ORANGE VICTOR SYRACUSE, N. Y., Oct. 1 W Syracuse University's untried football team staged a late rally tonight to win its opening eontest of the season against a plucky Clarkson Tech eleven 26 - 6. After trailing 6 - 0 at the halftime, the Orange came back to score four times, three times in the final quarter. ADMISSION 2SC