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Pngc Eighteen THE HAMMOND TIMES Sunday, November 21. 1937 WHITING-CLARK ANDROOSEVELT IN TOP FLIGHT Hammond High Also Well Set with Tourney Veterans B JIM BUAHOS P ROSPERITY may or may not bi iimuid the corner but Calumo Mj:inii b,i:\etb ill is surely there. A l t h o u g h Un footbull season U'll tint eiul o f t i u illy u n t i l Sutm'tliiy pf'ii t u illy every hi^h school bus 'u'Mj ill te im I'l [tiitu county wll ··wiiig ir.co sii'tinn next week-end. tn tho western division of the N o r t h i r n Indiana Hixli Schoo! Con f I'll m e nna of tliu closest rncea in niciny seasons is expected. Mos of the conference teams vision a ·ti'cr'.'.fii! yenr because of tho pros- c i n e of gtod material und with the iunuial extern -Western divislor playoff ntnv- e l i m i n a t e d , each team will be shooting tho works In tin e f f o r t to annex tho conference crown Hammond high, basketball kings for f i v o seasons in succusslon, wll! jiiMln be in the limelight but may run :nto difficulties never before "·mounter i'l in compiling the current \vtnruns; streak Returning from the 1938 team tlvit drove to the semi-finals In Imtimm's annual high school tour- i m m e n t s will bo George Sobek Hobby Mygrants, Clnronco Hftsso, Myron Willis and Wnl'.y Zlembn, five cnpablo s'arters. In addition tho Wildcats hfivo thi six-foot six- inch Sterling Scott ready for action iu,rl Tommy Chlntis, aoo performer on Hammond's crack second team last year. Co'ich Chet Kessler, however, will 1w without the services of Husse, Ziombtt. Chintls and Willis in the opening games of the season because this quartet will not ba able 'o begin bi'sketball prnoticB until next week due to tho late football season. Thy team that may ba the surprise of the yenr la Roosevelt of Kast Chicago, where Coach Cecil Austin has a group of six-footers ready for action. The Ridors have nevor bocn troublesome until the sectional tournament each year but I* may be different this season now Hint tho East Chlcagoans hav» a f i n e gym In which to practice and play home games. New Couch at Whiting At Whiting. Jim Adams will mule* his debut as coach of tho Oilers and ha* a capable group f r o m which to select his starting five. Adams couched a freshman team last season that was practically unbeatable and has every member of that squad competing for varsity role?. Hammond Tech. which entered tha western conference 'In September mid ended one of its most dis- ii-^trous football seasons in Severn! years last week, may have bettor luck when Conch Lou Birkett's boys open tho cage soason. Birkott will bo without tho services of Krunk Davis, his star centur, and Buiter Motley, tho speedy colored «Uir, but sees where his team will lie tough customers before the sectional t o u r n a m e n t in March, Although each of the Gsiry schools has lost regulars through graduation lust season, much of the difficulty in the race for the conference title will be provided by .these teamt. Hnrdrft lilt In Gary is Kmerson, which lest Forrest Anderson, Hartley Collins. Tony Bnr- tolomeo, Joe Tombers and Bert Prep Cagers Look to Banner Season Prep Cage Schedules HAMMOND HI01I Dm 1 3 -Hume.!- Mmm I'.-. 10 -At t.i-w W n l l a r e Dm- 17--Tn link-Hi Di"' IS--At Krnornon Hsi - 2 2 -- W n n l i l n x t o n Jnh. 7 -At Valinirallv Jan. 14-- UiKxi-ti'U Jnn. 1S~Whllln« Jin. !il -Kroi'tii't Inn. 2'.'-- \ iilpurulno. J n t i . 2(1--( I n r k Jnn. 2H-. At W M t l l K »b. ' J - M i i m - l r IV!,. .1-i)ne»iur. III. Feb. U -- K m c r « o n Ob. IS -At rrarhi-t r»b. I 1 *--u T«.-hMcil r»b. IP At 1V«»hlniton (Vli. 2D--1 run f o n l i r l l l o lll'C llrf. Jan Jftti Jin Jxi Jin J « u Jin .run OEOBOE Rooms CLARK , a -- A t r'nu'tloiinl . I---At Suuthnort, Indlanno* 1U . 10--.'; Unhurt. . U -- W h i t i n g . 17~llou ta»l«, Imllinapolli . I t -- i t u b a r t 7--.Alumni 8--Kmenon I I -- A t Wn«!ilngton (E. I 1 ) 11--At U'tinhlnxton South Bonn. U*--At I t n i n m o n f l Tet,h J i t -- A t Hninmoiul U l n h 27--\\ nnliliKtoii (S. C ) .'Ot-rrB.'lloiint t--Tfilleaton .-.--At W l i l l l u g 12--V,'airr?n C«ntr«l 25--At lloonor-lt (E C ) HAMMOND TZOH tin 3 - A t fWbt! Ot'i. t o -- W h i t i n g Dei. It'-TJiornlon r*(Mc.tlon*l Urt I V -- l l n m m o m l nigh D i i is--At Mooneheart ·--U"C 2.1-- tSmrrion Jan. T--Horace Mann Jan. 13-- ItoonotMt Jan. 14--At WaiblnfftOB Jno. 10--Clark Jin. 31--At Low Wallaet Jnu. a-- At Waiting J*«»b. 0--.At Horace Mann Feb 5--Otwn f«b. 11--At Koatrralt Feb. 12--.t.ew Wallace Feb. 1g--Hammond Ulfh Tcli. 10--At Kmvraon F«b. 35-- OR«n ·Tolllnllre *--Li»w M'nllace 10--At Hammond Tech U--At fi, R. CUr* I H -- l i n o v r e l t S3--At Uw Wallace r--At llooawclt 8--Wa«hhiglon , 14--At V a l t u r a l w l'"V-- At Hatitinond Hlvh -1-- At UurnCQ M a n n 2S-tlntmtlond Ul«b 39-- Elninmonil Tech 4--At H'.lnMnaton S-0. B, Clark U -- V a l p a r i l M 18--At Sillily.n V l n n n n n Ii-i-. UPC. DPI'. DM-. Jin, Jnn. Jin Jnn, Jin. Jnn. Jnn. Jnn, Tpli F»li. tt-'U. Tpb ler. 1--^At Kenger, Chicago Dec. .1--t'lnrk DPC. I--Jull"t DPC. U--At Hammond Ttck Thomae, who 1«d thi Norse to the lectlonal tournament title in Gary ,ost season. Frotbel, Horace Mann and Lew Wallace will be composed entirely of new faces but figure to come In for their share of the glory in the race. Clark Again Strong Of the non-conference teams in :he region, George Rogers Clark'n Ploneeri again will be the itrong- eat. The Robertadale team has Dcen showing plenty of class dur- ng the last two seasons under the tutelage of LaVern Taylor and hope o continue this Impressive record .his year. Second to Clark is Thornton Fractional^ Meteors, who will be after their second straight Suburban league championship. Many games with team* in other parts of the itate hav« been scheduled this season by quintet* In this district. Hammond high Is scheduled to meet Munclt and Craw- 'ordsvllle later tn the season; Clark battles Ben Davis, Warren Central and Southport; Whiting faces Vin- ccnnes and Sullivan; and Horace Mann plays Frankfort and Fort iVayne. Schedules of high ichool teams n the Calumet region may be founds In an adjoining column, Worthy Contpcnion to th* F»moui HUDDEB Topcoat HUDDERFORD OVERCOATS Uoc. Doc. Jan. Jnn. Jan. .Inn. Jnn. Jn?. Jnn. rVb. Kcb. rVb. Fob. Feb. 17--At U n l t c n l t r High Ifl--AI ATKO 7--At I l n r v o y 8--Ki'iiirur it Ohlcaitu U--llliw Inlnucl St--Illooni ±.'--At K n n k a k i i - !iS--Ulihi-rnUjr I l l ^ h 2l--At Clnrt 1l~At Hlili' U l n m l IS-- H o n » « u l l . «n« Chlmiiii IS--At Illmuu 25--Kiiiknkci'. Doc. Dec. Hl'C. Dec. DPC. DPI-. Dpi'. Jin J n n J n n . J n n HVb. fi'li Kcli. rVb fob. CATHOLIC OENTHAL 2--St. Mnry of J l l c h l f n n Ollr I--St JolU[h Of H l M I S H C l n L T U)--Thornton Kractlonnl 31--St. M n r y tit Dccntnr VI--At M n r m l u n 17--At llvbart S3--Tolh'Hton 7--\t St I'ntrkk of K n n k i i k c o 18--Mnrmlon S S -- O r l f f l l h SS--At Tolli'»ton 5--At 81. Jaieph of HtnisHelner t l -- A t St Mnry of lli'Ontur 1.1--At St J l u r j of M h l i l K n n City W--tit I'nlrlc'k uf K n n k « k i i 10-- At bt. Joii-iili of Uuusi'licr. WA3HINOTOK Dei S--A'liliiuraho IPL H ) -- h t m mm DPI 11--At I.nl'nrtp DII IT--1.-\\ Wallace I'IH i s -- A t V'nlpnralMi) Dct L ' l -- A t llniiiinonvl Hlsh .fan. 7--At Kiiu'ruon .Inn. «-- A t H'liltlns Jnn. H--Unrk , Jnn. II--Tuli Jnn. IS--llonu-o llalin Jnn. ^1--At Jloofluvclt Inn. 28--At Frncbcl Tub 4--TVMllnc. Kpti. K-- At I'lnrk Mi. U -- A t llnrave M n n n Kcb la--Itooaoti'lt Fcb. 10--Hniiimoncl rillth. Dec. Dec. DPC. Dor. D«c. Jnn. Jnn. Jnn. Jnn. Jim. Jin. Jnn. Feb. I'ob. Fph. Fob. Kcb. Fob. H008EVZLT fl--At 1'UiiprHon a--llnriKc llinn lii--Froplipl 18--At W h i t i n g SS-- VttT|nrnl«o 7--Whltlni! 8--At f,piv W/i!lni-« 12--At TlnniDmnd Ti»ch 11--At Hnmmond Bl|b 31--WaahhiKtoii 28--Lew Walliic 2»--At Troobpl 4--At Vilparnlao 5--Thornton Fractional 11--Hnimnnnd Tucb 12--At 'I'liornton Frnctlonil IS--At Wnuhlngton 28--Clnrk. Nor. Ufc. Dec. Hoc. Doc. Ui'i-. Doc. Poc. Jnn. Jnn. Jan. Jnn, Jftn. Jon. Fob. Feb. Feb. Fpb. Feb. Tub. GRIFFITH 1H--At Merrlllvllle (l-^-Uyor 4--At Kobnrt 10--At t ' n l n m i ' t Tottnsliip U--C'roivn f ' o l n t 17-- MprrtUvlllo 22--At Edison (Bant G n r j ) 21) anil 30--Crown i'olnt Invitational ?--1'ortrice Tounsililp 11--KiIlHon (En»t Onry) IS--At Tolleiton 21--Wheeler 2-'--At Galhalk' Oentrnl 27 and 28--Griffith blind tournej ··--At Djer 5--Lowoll II 1 --f'nhimpt Towrnhlp 18--At 1'ortngo T o w n s h i p 1»--Hobart 3H--At Wheeler Dec. Dec. Dec.' Dec. DPC. Dec. Jnn. Jnn. Jim. Jan Jan. Fob. Feb. Fob Fcb Fob. Nor, Doc. Dec. Doc. Doc. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jin. Jnn. Jnn. Feb. Feb. Fi-b Fcb NOT. Noi. Doc. Dee. Dor Doc. Doc Dec. LOWEII 3--Boone"Grovp 7--At Morrocco *D--At Momonie 11--Moriiuu T o u t i H h l p 18--At RonBHOlnor 21--At Crown I'olnt II--Orint 1'nrk 11--At Urook 13--At North Judnon 21--Bint Gary 23--Morrocco ·4--Whealor 8--At G r i f f i t h 8--Mompnre 18--Crown Point 2!5--Goodlnrul. OKOWM POIKT 24--At ViilpnrnUo 3--North Judlon 10--Ohenterton 11--At G r i f f i t h 21--Low oil 7--At Kentland 8--At Brook 14--At Hobnrt 21--Kennnolner 22--At TolloHton 20--At r,ew- W n l i a c i 4--Hobart 12--Wont r.ntnyctte IS--At Lowell 25--Knox. SCHOOLS 21--Ren»lolnp.r at Horace M n n n !M--Ilornto Mann nt Low Wnllace 2--Hammond Toch at Frocbol 3--llowtpvolt at Kmtnon; Horncc M i n n at Knnimondi Lew Wnl. Incp nt W h i t i n g . 4--l,i w W n l l n c u at Knot 10--Hnmmond nt Lew Wallace Em- nr»oii at W n i h t n t t o n ; Froebol at Valpnralio, Horace Mnnn nt llootmvott, I."--Valnuralio nt Horace Mnnn 17--Delphi at Hnrnce Mann Eraer* ·on »t Wbltlni!, Frocbel It Itomovolt. LPW Wallnco at W n o h l n g t o n . 18--Hammond nt Emerson S T E T S O N S Turn to "Copper^ Stetson introduced to America this masculine metallic shade that's taking the country by storm. See it in a new and distinguished off- the-facc style. $5 and $7.50 JACK FOX SONS HAMMOND AWAIT BLANKS FOR ALL STAR Guessing blanks in the all-star football contest sponsored by Armstrong's Jewelers will appear in Monday and Tuesday sport sections of The Hammond Times, it was announced today. Contestants will attempt to pick the eleven high school stars of North Township and Calumet City high schools that rate a team named by the combined vote of the various coaches. Bach contestant will write hjp- reasons in 300 words or less and Include them with his selections. The person who wins the contest will be awarded a diamond ring. The eight coaches received their voting blanks last week and some have already returned their selections. A committee will study the ballots and then name the 11 outstanding stars who will be entertained at a dinner by Armstrong'; The contest sponsors announce yesterday that miniature gold foot balls would NOT be given to th players, inasmuch as this practic would be in violation o£ Indian and Illinois high school athleti association rules. Armstrong's have cooperate vith The Hammond Times m pre senting Armstrong's .Sports high lights over station WWAE durm the football season. John Whita ker, sports editor o f , The Times has been serving as announcer. Ciesars Eye Good Season In Pro Loop The Whiting Ciesars, powsifu professional baskecball team, wll open their 1937-38 season Tuesdaj evening, Nov. 30, in the Whitinj Community C e n t e r gymnasium against the House of David team The Ciesars this seasqn will play in the National Basketball league which includes teams from For Wayne; Akron, O,; Columbus Pittsburgh; Buffalo; Warren, O Kjnkakee, 111.; Indianapolis; Rich roond, Ind., and Dayton, O. Among the players on the roster are Johnny Wooden, former Purdue star; Vince McGowan, Bll Haarlow of Chicago; Bill Perigo of Washington State; Kenn Gunning and Joe Stack. The 1937-38 schedule follows! Nov. 30--HOUHO of Puvld Dec. 1--At Kaukakee, 111 Dec. 15--At A k r o n , 0. (Flrestonei). Doc. ti--At Richmond, Ind Dec. 12--At Imllanapolla. (Kautskjs). Dei-. IB--At Tort Wayne. Dec. 18--At Akron, 0. (Qoodyean). Dec. ID--At D a j t o n , o. Dec. II)--At Columbus, 0. Dec 25--Now York Celtics, neve Jan. 2--HOUBC of Duvld. Jan. !-- Richmond, horc. Jan. 10-- At Milwaukee, Wii .Tan. 16--Fort Wayne, here Jnn. 19--Indlanapolli, here. Jan. 23--]firentones, here. Jnn. 80--Columbus, here. Tcb 8-- Knnkskoc, here. Fob 13--Ooodj cam, hcrr yeb 21--At Oahkosb, Win. Feb. 22--At Croon Bay, Wla. Feb 23--At Madison, Wla. EAST CHICAGO AND WHITING 11s MEET Tabbed the crucial game in inde- endent football circles, the Whit- ng Aces and East Chicago's Coney Island Boosters meet at 2:30 today on the Catholic Central gridiron. The Aces, second place winners n the South Chicago football league this year, have a strong line and a speedy backfield paced by Stan Fustak, former Whiting high star. The Boosters have defeated some f the region's best teams and will have the heavier line this afternoon. STRIKES AND SPARES Doc. SI--Orawfordnvlllo at Horace Mimn. Dec. 23--Horace Mann at Krocbcl; Whiting nt Low Wallace; Emerson nt ITiinimond Tech, Dec. 2ft--1,1.w Wallace at Horace Mann. Jan, 7--Wanhlngton at Emerson. Froebel nt Low Wnllace; Horace Mann at Hammond Tech. Jan. 8--Roo»c^elt at tow Wallacn, Free- bill nt Fort Wayne South, Bmor- Ron nt Hammond Olnrk. Jan. 14--Froi'bcl nt Tlorncp M n n n ; Emcr- iwn at Lew Wallace Jan. 18--South Ilend Oentrnl at Bmerson; Horace Mann at Washington .Ian 21--Whiting at Horace Mium Tin:., mond Toch at Lew Wallace; Kmerson at Valparaiso; Froobel at B u m mond Jan. 22--Emorkon at Kroelvl Jan 25--Wnarson nt Horace Mann Jan. 27--UmiTi-on nl Valparaiso Jan 28--Washington nt Fronbcl, Lew Wiillnut' nl Roosevelt Jan 20--Crown I'olnt at Lew Wnllace; Rooserelt at Froebol !b. 1--Low Wallace at Hmoraon Kob, 3--Hammond Tech nt Horace M a u n Feb. 4--Froebsl nt Emerson Fcb r-- Valparaiso n L Frocbol Fob. S--Washington at Horaoo M n n n Fcb. 11--Wnkariisn at Low Wallace; E: erson at Hammond; Hornce Mann at Frankfort Feb. 12--Hammond nt Frocbel. LPW Wal- lnco at Hammond Tech; Emor- Non at Borne. Feb. 15--Lew Wnllace at Frocbel Fob 18--Hornce Alaun at Emerson; Lew Wallace nt Goshen; Froebcl nt Hammond Clark Fob ID--Hammond Tpch at Binevson; VnllJitralRo at Lew Wallace Feb 2B--Fort Wayne South at Horaco Mann; Kmerson at LaPorto; Low Wallace at Hobart; Froebel nt Whiting Mar 3, 4, r--Sectional tournament Mar, 12--Regional tournament Mar. 10--Semi f i n a l tournament Mnr 20--State final tournament. Church Dartball League Standing of T0ami Kov. rlno S t r i c t Presbyterian United Brethren Month Side UhrMInn .. HeHSTille C h r i s t i a n Imimnuel Kvnngeltcal , First Christian First Bnptlst Cnlvi'ry Church Ciilumel Cih C h r i s t i a n . . ITyilo Park M K ( PUtenary M. 15. . First Prcubyterlan Highland Presbyterian .. First M E Salvation Army 18 (3rd week) - ,.n ..o ..» 6 ..i n n a n 4 7 4 2 3 3 ..0 ..!) ..() ,..n ..n ..o ..o ..n ..n fi 4 4 n 4 4 3 .778 .(107 .007 .007 .867 .556 .nr« .r5o .558 n .444 6 .333 .888 .388 .'! « 3 « 2 7 .222 1 6 .107 GAMES MONDAY, NOT 31 K l r s t M K vs. Salvation A r m j . I'lne Street Presbyterian vs. Immanuol Evunf,rolkiil Highland Vresbytcrlac TS Hyde Park JI.E United Brethren \s. Centenary M. E. HciwUllo Christian v» First Baptist. Klrnt C h r l B t l n n TS Calvary Church. Unllo'l I'rt'ibylerinn ^s. Lnluuiet City Chrlstlnu The Hammond Merchants leagu will bowl in ? a body on Sunday Nov. 28th at 7 p. m. The reasoi for this is to finish their schedul before the start of the state tour nament. On Thursday night 'the bowler in the Merchants league had thei chance to crack those nice ne^ shiny maples, but after glancing a some of their scores it don't loo: like they did much cracking. Here' a few of the scores the boys rolled F. Nichols, 113; H. Widerberg 116; J. Semerski, 123; Franczyk, 85 Rosinko, 122; total, 559. Thursday, Nov. 25 being Thanks giving day and no league schedule! the alleys will be open all day. Mel Ferch, Ned Nelson, Pet Smldt, Jay Batchelor and "Happy Lauyer held a little pow wow ove the dinner table at Phil Smidt' discussing plans for the cominj Indiana State tournament to b held at Perrin's Recreation parlo starting March 10th, 1938. HAMMOND MERCHANTS TEAM BTAJfDINa ,,,. - W L Pet. I P Ave. St. OaBlmlr's ..80 15 ,007 39721 882 S Tom's Place ...J8 17 .022 30,493 877^ Shore Lino 28 10 .578 30,018 8813 lot's 1'laco 20 ]!) .578 38,800 877.3 Itrscy Mniil ....J3 22 .511 38,077 860.2 loliiiHon Delta .23 22 .511 38,470 851 4 Aiuly's Place ...21 24 .407 38,108 8483 W, J. Holllday. 3 42 .007 32,781 723.2 High team nerles, Tom's Place 100 High tpnm series, Joe's Place 2 81 HI«h Individual Viune, LcWndowski! Si'tonil high lnJir!du«l game, WllllnB. HlKh ludlvlclunl spripg, Sfnchay Second lilsli I n d h l d u a l scries, Willing IHDITIDtTAI, AVIRAOES 66 S h n f i r , SI-. Onslinlr'i . . . 4 5 l.o\VHmlow»kl St. Oaslinlr«.4ri WldiTbcrg, Joe's Placo... .39 S l n c h n j , Shore Lino 45 Willing, Tom'B Plncc V 42 Untruno, Jolnnon Dcltn....48 SlmrU-j, S . Oaslralr 1 48 S u m c r s k l , Tom's Tlnce 15 W a n n e r JPFHGJ Mnltl iri Creek, Shore Line 42 T P . 8,275 8,270 7,161 8,240 7,671 8,149 8,198 8,103 8,051 Ave. 183 J 188 B 1831 183 1 1822 181.1 180.2 1803 1784 178.1 ST. CASIMIB'S I JOE'S PLACE (2,.J51) I (2,100) Shnfer .11,3 150 liofv. Wi'g 105 1(17 18 Kell ..1-iS 208 10H|F. Nl'a 128 118 18 llotns'k 181 II.' 1(17|C. Wi'g 119 208 14 Shnrkey 1M1 171 181) LI WPg 177 118 10 Lcn «ki .'00 HIS 10S B. W i ' g 108 100 21 Total 8S2 830 833 Total ,787 700 Ola JOHNSON DELTA I A N D Y ' S PLACE CAC22) | (2,484) B. Dll'c 150 101 180|I'iornon .1(10 158 170 W To'n 181 159 170|Jonkln« .lot 152 108 H. To n 157 135 172|Sabotu .158 113 147 N. Du'e 178 172 M3| E v a n s ...108 147 108 Heed ..170 184 183|A. Nl'« 180 106 108 Total 812 821 850| Total .840 780 85! TOM'S PLAOH (2,552) Somo'ki 123 210 18!) W. J. HOLLJDAY (2,187) Dahlln .105 147 128 Pasko ..138 177 182|Pninc'k 85 182 143 Febcck 150 114 107IM. N n ' k i 134 125 103 Bunco . 100 102 100 Roslnko 122 IM 153 W i l l i n g ISO 108 182 " Total 787 801 874 Yonnk'a 138 157 180 Total ,«39 761 707 JERSEY MAID I SHOKE LINK (2,007) I (2,429) mil ...17(3 178 lOOJMnchny 130 138 1BO IloBln'l 151 105 177|Gemraol lOfl 128 133 Flip ...132 201 181|Koso . . 171 150 174 Krnui 1.157 225 205 Cre«k .. 200 182 147 1 f.fl nnfjlnv'n 1IW 1 HA 1TA Wagner 168 158 IBl) Total .784 922 801 Oorcor'n 1118 164 1T4 Total .874 768 T87 HAMMOND CITY TEAK STANDINO W L Pot. 1- P. Slundurd Equip, 81 11 .738 89,307 Phil Smldt's ...25 14 .041 30,300 Schloer Shots ..24 15 .615 35,725 Wm. F Hick ..22 20 .524 28.250 Perrln'j Eec'n .18 24 .428 .17,287 Court Tniera ,.18 24 .429 30,801 Armstrong's ....17 2fi .405 37,328 Berghoff Boor ..10 82 .238 38,708 Ave 035.37 93030 0101 01030 88783 87GO 88832 8761 li team game, Phil Smldt's 1,071 Sraiml hl«h team game, Standard's... .1,050 :llKh team series. Standard Equipment.2,058 Second high team series, Plill Smldt's. .2,014 High Individual B'ime, Hochbaura und Chaarls 258 ·ligh individual game, Handy 217 Ugh I n d i v i d u a l series Chnrala ... «"?! Second high inilhidual nerlee, Jacobs... 08U DIDIVIDUA1, AVERAOES G T.P liarala, Stand. Equip 12 8,202 ilnrmnn, Smldt's ...10 7,4111 Hairls, Siulilts 31) 7,458 tliindj, Stand Equip, ....31) 7,435 Untclielor, Smldt'a 31 0,202 Svvlck, Zlclt's 12 7,907 Snjrder. Sclllocr 3H 7374 Mnycrnlk, liiTBhotl 3d 0,753 Tacotm, Court .... . . . . . . . 12 7,802 UMI, Stfind. Equip. . BEEH (2,378) Jonpy . 172 TOO 17 Martin .16] 121 103 Ave. 105 17 101 17 11)1 4 100.25 11)022 1811 20 180 a 18721 18C.82 185.10 PERIUN'S B15C, (2,747) llrum . 105 205 IBS Knncra .171 218 221 vans .178 158 MO|Lauyer .154 156 170 Cruzlck ing 108 TIOIKrng 351 188 160 Mavcr'k 135 130 10111 Willing 100 190 223 Total 804 758 S10| Totnl .840 000 947 PHIL SMIDT ft SON I (2,707) f m i d t .174 15(1 170 Hjrria .174 1!1 220 Nenw'k 171 184 202 Barman 248 101 161 flatch'r 103 11! t 102 Total 1)01 856 050 SOHLOCIl SHOES (2,701) nines .101) 154 180 I n j c l f r .143 181 :othls .235 178 tcVcy .171 101 Dsklll ..ISO 201 Total 028 870 COURT TAVBBN (2 488) 'lose ..156 IflO 17' li'bcck 162 1)8 ARMSTRONG'S (3,508) Stanley .108 138 134 K a m n d i 125 180 181 Krick ..150 221 200 Mulllna .150 158 110 Marsh'll 220 102 150 Totnl .820 880 700 WM T ZIOK (2,758) 1'ayka ..IBS '110 Nelson , . l b ' Pnrcell .175 H. Moll 111) 175ISwlck . 102 200 100 138 208 187 Totnl .850 001 STAND EQUIP. lland'y 178 105 178 Dorli'm 11 no 1(11 "neobn ..ISO 108 17' Bnltl ...184 Total 8ti7 7(16 Slfi (2,805) Handy ..174 Dlnwn .244 r Moll.. 178 Clmrnls .100 248 170 17(1 ISli 156 Total .970 93?, 002 MIXED LEAGUE TEAM 8TAMDINO W 1, Pet. T V Are. Hob Nob 25 14 ,041 29,13fs 7475 Mllliitt'a . ...24 35 .aifi 30,017 781)20 DcBYIer Cocktail. 21 IB .015 20,408 756.11 Club Oallenti-...22 17 .504 81,470 807.3 Solon's Cocktail.20 18 .513 20,784 762.10 Ball of Plrc 10 38 .410 31,355 80330 Joe Tittle Son.14 26 850 20,800 68919 Derby Inn 11 28 .282 25,588 858.4 nigh toum Knmo, Club Callcnte 854 Second high touin. game, Mlllett'« .. 017 High team series, Club CalUutc 2,528 Second high team scrlea, Bill of Fire 2,517 nirfh imliiidmil game, (ladies), Du- Frane 231 High individual aeries (ladies), Bat tin'mnr High Individual game, ( m e n ) . Hobby ., High individual seriea, (men), Krug HfPIVIDT/AL AVEKAOES Handy, Ball ot Fire, Bntchelor, Colonials... Maycrnlk, Colonials . , n. Lnuycr, Cnllcnte .. F Moll, DcFrler Hobby, Hob Nob , Krug, DuFrier A. Nichols, Solon F Nichols, Solon Alexander, Ball of Fire ...33 ...32 ... 36 ...30 ...38 .. 39 ...30 ...30 ...30 .. 39 6,290 0,050 8,878 7,103 0,831 7,002 6,053 0,020 fl,809 0,887 190.29 1898 185 18 184 17 17032 170.21 178.11 177.17 170 35 17023 ANACONDA A. A. OFFICE | BBFINBEY (1,800) | (2,000) Tones ..120 131 100 Kelley ..140 147 100 Asher ..102 133 115 Swede ..138 144 117 Wylle .. 84 100 100 llnack ..155 145 15S Dummy 125 125 125,Dummy .125 125 12 7 ! Dummy 125 125 125| Dummy .125 125 121 Total 625 004 670 HERVICB (2 1 "D Pago'ek; 138 151 Fergu'o 127 200 Hump'y 1:17 178 Stretch .150 124 Bloom's 161 125 Total 086 004 WHITE LEAD (2,250) 85 Buett'er 114 161 IBS I'SIMayh'w 118 133 1«2 104IS. Du'k 178 IBB 185 121 Total TOT 778 L Du'fc 171 107 160 Dummy .127 124 85 Handl'p 0 6 0 Total .714 780 756 WHITING MEBOHANTS HOOSIDR TAVHBS (2,827) BOULEVABD INN (2,091) Matil ..103 MT 175 Pottl ..146 178 180 R j a n ..161 197 201 Iloman .207 SOO 176 Qartey ,173 178 200 DcSh'o 181 169 183 Total 831 045 9] 5 JUSTAK 4 SONS (2,557) Clanner .142 170 164 Sell 180 117 164 Navta ..104 168 167 R j a n ..164 127 102 Beck'an 206 188 225 Totnl 885 7W) D12 Vrba'e .170 182 120 Toth .,..168 182 180 Bunc'k 180 176 185 Snyder .234 219 233 Total .954 987 930 COAL DEALERS (2,770) Sharp ..171 191 107 Eunkel 1170 187 224 Hobbs ...188 190 220 Jurlfc ...182 173 170 Balog ...211 184 108 Total .902 935 949 SPDSRIER HDW. WARQO SERVICE I (2,805) (2,045) Anitg'n 106 181 822 Llessc ..188 170 212 Wickli't 185 220 162 Blake ...168 198 190 Martin .191 155 180|Bla.k'an 178 302 183 Clcelskl 214 172 18B]D»lla'an 208 191 220 Rade'r 190 104 1701Keczek .183 231 222 Total 955 922 928 Total .926 992 1027 MILLBR HIGH LIFBI GOLD'S SERVIOB (2,811) | (2,662) Payka . 244 175\ 2iri|Janco'ek 201 158 181 Opach'n 181 184 190|S. Var'o 169 131 101 E. Wtt'k 164 161 185|Roecsyk 141 180 112 Swiclc .186 187 193|Klen ....200 160 201 Germ'ck: 206 180 171 Total 981 899 »34 J. T«r'o 164 182 148 Total ,865 831 866 WHITING TXAM ' W Crowa A. 0 ....52 Boulev'd Inn.... 18 State Bk. Wtg..l7 "larbide * C. C .14 Swarthout-0. ...14 St. Cyril Olub.12 American 8. G..12 Stlllwel Tur 11 COMMUNITY BTAHDUfO- L Pet. TP. Are. 8 .733 25,506 853.6 12 .800 25,629 854.9 18 .507 25,723 857.13 16 .407 25,608 886.18 16 .407 24,885 829 15 .400 25,645 854 25 .400 25,358 845.8 19 .367 25,578 852.13 JIgh team »ervlc«, St. Ojrril Olnb.,....2,771 Second high team aeries, Boule Inn, 2,750 3Igh team game," St. Cyril Club 1,024 Second high team game, Carbide Jb C High Individual terles, A. Janlk Second hlgb Individual series, Schroeder 623 3Igh individual game, Schroeder., Second high Individual game, Tanclch WDITIDUAI, M. YnhaM, Cyrils ilancy, Boulevard Inn Smart, Oarblde A. Janik, Crows Beck, Carbide Sabol, State B a n k . . . , A Yuhasp, American Jrlstoff, Carbide .... Wnlczak, Swarthout". Wnlsko, State Bank ,. AVERAGES G T.P. .....30 5,428 30 5,372 27 4,813 27 4,780 30 5,285 30 5,260 15 2,620 30 5,237 15 2,024. 30 5,210 Ave 18028 179 2 1787 1771 1705 175 10 175 4 174 17 174 14 173 26 YOUNGSTOWN SHEET TUBE INSPECTION SHEARS STRIP D Sttch 1(17 178 170 Jam'n ..146 184 148 !roy ..148 132 100 Troeller 164 218 133 Boyd ..156 152 184 Wnlther 135 138 147 Volliner 137 188 147 Rnnclch 182 128 128|Modrock 108 118 126 Total 631 654 505) Total 881 706 T60 ASSORTING OFFICE NO. 1 White ,10d 111 170|Gallo'T 108 140 158 Suins'e 163 105 1511 Kraft ..141 108 208 OoBbe 181 128 140[ Anclrec .100 186 185 Doml'kt 130 168 MOlJohnson 170 160 167 ,add ..160 156 1581 Winger 147 164 167 Total 769 756 769| Total 796 808 885 CHEM LAB OFFICE M). 3 M'Nulty 105 160 1!JB| Mayer . 107 177 148 Downs 130 133 140[ Huff ..J46 15E 184 Shy .'..118 182 ISDlD'Muth ISO 170 181 Arny ..140 170 165| Whnlcn 142 149 185 Price .120 102 152| Koclng 125 187 186 Total 607 813 7BP| Total 859 835 884 00KB PLANT W. B. .167 133 155 Jgreu ..133 164 126 Idok ..147 156 : paff'd 161 154 : 'clan'7 101 148 160 BOYD'S 5 AOBS Mnics . 112 85 140 Wlmne ,203 124 13(1 Miller ..171 101 140 Crosi'tn 130 91 1(12 Roiljrcrt 151 135 IDS Total 769 788 782 Total .767 763 780 TUBE MILL FOK'N I ELECTRIC (T M.) McKI'y 200 155|Hardw'k 120 167 170 InroMn 210 137 154 'opa'h 167 131 148 rapach 130 148 132 tlch ..100 108 154 Gcrm'k 128 120 110 Van In'n 130 154 110 Sned'en 135 122 142 Bnrrlck .154 135 172 Total 607 815 738| Total .085 777 828 Floods in Brazil recently com- elled 100,000 people to abandon heir homes. FOOTBALL AVOID THE RISK OF DRIVING YOUR OWN CAR AND TROUBLE OF FINDING PARKING SPACE NOTRE DAME vs. Southern California SATURDAY, NOV. 27 EXCURSION FARES Fi om Hammond: Traneportfttion and $2.20 tick.t to the game--$4.10 or: Tran.portalion and S3.30 ticket to the zan»--$5.20 For Furlhtr Information HAMMOND 4B80 GARY 2-6230 or the NIPSCO STATIONERY -- HAMMOND 111 Alto Consult U* About Charttrmd Rate* far Special Coaches--Either Locally or Oat of Town Movtt Chicago and Calumet District Transit Company PENN STATE IS EASY FOR PITT PITTSBURGH, Nov. 20.--(U.P.) --Pittsburgh's powerful first team this afternoon crushed a lighter but fighting Penti State football team, 28 to 7. Twenty-three thousand chilled spectators sat in freezing weather and watched Pitt's first team roll up 14 points before the Panthers second team took over. A 78-yard touchdown dash by Cassiano was made while the second string Pitt team was playing, but the regulars rushed back into the fray after Penn State threatened to score for a second time in the third period. Prep Football Scores Crispus Attucks (Indianapolis) 0' Roosevelt (Gary), o (tie). Memorial (Evansville), 40, Central (Evansville, 0. Elkhart, 18; Central (So Bend), 6 Clinton, 26; Bicknell, 7. Riley, South Bend, 13; Mishawaka, 13. Marching to London, 2200 unemployed men carrying the "Help "Help Jarrow" obtain aid for their hard hit home town, were led by their harmonica band. Hub Five Wins Court Opener [SPECIAL TO THE TIMES) CROWN POINT, Nov. 20.--Crown Point high launched its 1937-38 basketball season in the Community building Friday night with a thrilling 16-15 triumph over Goodland. Crown Point reserves also won, 16 to 12. Polen, GoodlanrJ center, scored nine points and Buche, Hub forward, counted seven to share offensive honors. Box score: Crown Voint (18) I Ooodland (15) E F Pi Buche, f .. Golden, c , Well h, f .. VTasni r g Haniford, (f Kuesek, K 3 1 l|Allon, f ... .2 1 0) Pclilewsr, f 0 1 0| Polen. c . 0 0 3|0'Xell, g .. .1 1 1| Meyer, g .. 0 0 1| Heckle. E . F P 1 0 2 . 1 0 2 4 1 2 WABASH HAS 12 GAMES CRAWFORDSVTLLE, Ind, Nov. 20.--(U.P.)--Coach Pete Vaughan announced today that the Wabash College Basketball team will open the season with a game with Rose Poly Dec. 16. He said the team has 12 games scheduled for the season. Hcinnch Voelpel, bricklayer of Mayence, Germany, haa won a $3,750 house, first prize in a national competition, for the best suggestions to avert accidents in the building traden. Indiana Cage Score* (By Untied Press) Aurora 16; Milan 23. Edison East Gary) 38: PortiKe 19. CrawfordsTllle 32; Bloomlngton 27. Brownstown 33; Oolitic JS. Seymour 41: Columbus 3^. Darlington 20: Coital IS. Madison 32; Edinburjr 2S. Frankfort 27; Sonthport 20 Greensburg 33; Greencattle 2« Hartford City 2S; Bernp 26. Hur.tlngton 45: Paoll 1". Jeff of Lafayette 23; W!lliam»port 15 Kokomo 35- riora 18 Lebanon 39; Moorenrille 2S. Martln«TlHe 36: Franklin 21. Hagerntown 32, Xew Castle 23. Perci-sbnrg 23. "Washington 13. Rochester 23; Culver 20. Spencer 25, Midland 22 Shelbyrllle 31 BanhTllle 22. Lawrenceburg 24; Verar X9 Bedford 23; Vlncennea 15. Logansport 26; Delphi 22. KendalMlle 43- Angola 18 Anbnrn "T. Albion 20 B l u f f t o n 30. Portland IS Hartford City 28, Berne 26 Columbia Cl'y 55 South Wbltlpr It. Elmhunt 33: Jefferwi tenter 13. LaGmnge 10. Mlddlebury 15. Osslan 37: Lancaster ]3. Salem Center 39 Topeka 17. Howe 17; Wolcottv.ile 13 Churubusco 44; Arcola 20. Ashley 74. Pleasant Late 16. Woodburn 40; Cuesie 30 ADAM1CK WDfS AGAIS DETROIT, Nov. 20. --(UP.)-- Slapsie Maxie Roaenbioom flew tc his Los Angeles home today with E sors jaw and the memoiy of hi: second round knockout at tl'~ hands of Jimmy Adaraick, sea tional Detroit heavyweight, last night · Rugged Ulster* · Raglan Ulsters · Belted Backs · Full Belt Models · Double Breasted* · Single Bniasteds · Dressy Models · Guards Coats J The Most Complete Selection of Overcoats ii Kannoid \jlance down that list again! The overcoat you want is included there because we have just about the most complete collection of overcoats ever assembled under one roof! And don't forget that each model offers you a choice of fabrics, colors and patterns! That should make you realize the greatness of this -.election! All are exceptional values! Overcoats galore! You will enjoy choosing yours here. · All size* in all models! 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