George Etz gets award.
Elizabethtown, Red Lion, Lititz and Ephrata Admitted Thrpp Trnnliip to Pomp Elizabelhtown' EPhrata Highspira, itiree iropmes 10. iome Hummelstown and Juniata Joint Way of Highest Teams in Two Brackets Four schools were formally in ducted into the Lower Susque hanna Football Conference at a meeting held here last night. At the same time, in order to give the smaller teams m the league an opportunity to compete among themselves, it was de cided to award a trophy to the school with less than 300 students enrolled that would achieve the highesrposition in the final standing of the league. A trophy will also be awarded to the school with more than 300 students with the highest post in the final standing. All of the schools will'be com peting at the same time for the championship cup which will go to the first place holder at the end of the season. The four new teams in the cir cuit are Elizabethtown, Ephrata. Lititz and - Red Lion. The next meeting of the loop will be held the Monday following Thanksgiving. The teams with over 300 stu dents are Elizabethtown, Enola, Ephrata, Juniata Joint, Lemoyne, New Cumberland, Red Lion, West York and Susquehanna Township. Schools with less than 300 enrollment are Camp Hill, Lititz, Lower Paxton, Lykens, Millersburg, Wil - liamstown, Washington Township, Biglerville, Duncannon, Highspire, Hummelstown, New Freedom and Newport. The schools will change from one section to the other as their enrollments increase, or decrease, and the enrollment as of October 31 of the preceding year will be used as the basis for the placine of the squads. Washington Township, with 290 students at present, ana uamp mil with 285 are the closest to "A" rating. A change was made. in the scor ing system of the loop. Two Doints in addition to the regular points on wnich the standing was based last year will be given for each victory over an "A" section team and one point additional for each victory over a "B" squad. ue uoini win De given to a team tieing an "A" eleven and one - half point to a team tieing a o section squad.. Harvey Nitrauer. Highsok - e. was chairman of the point committee which reported to the erouD. whilp wmiam uodo, Lwer Paxton. was cnairman of tne committee which determined suggestions for segre gation of the loop entrants. A change was made in bv - law jno. a.of the constitution. Unrtpr tne change a school not reore sentea at two successive reeular meetings will be dropped from the lrcuit. Six iragues are represented in the ' circuit, totaling 22 schools. I he leagues are: West Shore, Lower Dauphin, York - Lancaster, Perry - Juniata, Upper Dauohin and Franklin - Adams - York. There is a possibility that th - Perrv - Juniata and Upper Dauphin loops may combine. Six schools were not repre sented last night, Duncannon. Among those present were Jack Yohe and Robert C. Noll, Biglerville; LeRoy J. Kline. Fred C. Bower, Jack P. Ma - guire and Elvin K. Troutman, Camp Hill; S. Gordon Rudy, Richard Rosenbeiry, Robert Grainger and George Fry, Enola; Henry Gasull, John Behman, Fred Weaver and Karl W. Etsheid. Lemoyne; Clarence Hendrickson and Melvin Bru - baker, Lititz; William Cobb and Emory Edmunds. Lower Paxton; C. Dean Salada and C. R. Coyle, Lykens; David Day, George Etzweiler and W. H. Etzweiler, Millersburg; S. P. Bomgardner, G. W. Gemmlll and Fred Peiffer, New Cumber - Washington Township; C. C. Richards, Jr., and Palmer Poff, West York; J. Harold Thomas, Williamstown; Clarence land; Melvin Wagner and Russell W. Hare, New Freedom; Vincent Walsh and w . x v PUlVonu With These Special Valuet in BASEBALL EQUIPMENT Cowhide Leather SHOES Flexible Shank ) Steel Plates 9 Regulation Spikes Spec. 2.45 Team Get Our Low Prices on WEBB & Sporting Goods HARRISBURG IN Order STEINHAUS VICTOR BREWING CO. 679 Forster St Harrisburg Tat Victor Brtwlat Co.. 1