Allentown Jewish Community Center basketball to play Harrisburg, 24 Jan 1931

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Allentown Jewish Community Center basketball to play Harrisburg, 24 Jan 1931 - HARRISBURG 2b TELEGRAPH SATURDAY EVENING...
HARRISBURG 2b TELEGRAPH SATURDAY EVENING JANUARY 24,1931 Y. M.H. A. TITLE CONTENDERS MEET FOE ON LOCAL FLOOR HARD Y. M. H. A. TEAMS CLASH ON COMMUNITY FLOOR; EXPECT REAL BATTLE This evening, on the Jewish Community Center court, Harrisburg Y, M. H. A. team will play the strong five representing Allentown Jewish v. Community Center. Allentown is represented on the ribbed court this year by an unusually fast team and are coming to Harrisburg to - night with hieh hooes or avenging tne ae feat suffered by Harrisburg earlier in the season. - . Rabinowitx Big Star With a high scoring' offense and a splendid defense, they have swept aside all opposition and undefeated teams that of which the "Y" has - not yet met. Fresh from the victories over the Easton "Y," and Norristown "Y," the team is coming hei? to keep the good work up. The - main clog in their machine is the well - known Jack Rabinowitz, former high school star. He is playing a brilliant game this year and he promises to give the Harrisburg team plenty to worry about when he steps on the court. Other veterans in the line - up are the Schnieder brothers, Caplan, Feldman, Cohen and Rabinowitz. Chick Feldman is raring to go and his team is in tip - top condition for the game. Harrisburg Strong Harrisburg also has a high - geared machine this year and is capable of furnishing a good game of basket ball, so it can easily be seen that when these two teams get together to - night the fur is sure to fly. The game will get under way at 8.15. The jame will be handled as usual by the central board official, John Huston. ... The Orioles will play the Dickinson Outcasts in the ; preliminary game, which will get under way about 7.15, and the fans arriving early for the game will witness a good ball game. Hiken will officiate the preliminary game. Dancing will follow the game. The probable line - up: Harrisburg Allentown Snyder, f . Forman, f. Cohen, c. Lax, g. Williams, g. Zuckerman, g. A. Schnieder, f.. J. Schnieder, f . Rabinowitz, c. Caplan, g. Cohen, g. Feldman, g. Stien, g. Cohen, g. Referee, John Huston. FARM SHOW SETS ATTENDANCE RECORD (Continued) Commission as a whole believes that the time of the Deputy Secretary of Agriculture should not De occupied with the details of the exposition. Raymond G..Bressler, who leaves here to become head of Rhode Island State College had to relin quish much of his work as Deputy Secretary the past five months to make a success of the enterprise, which involves voluminous correspondence and endless detail. It is the thought of the Commission, also, that attempts should be made to have the building used for other purposes throughout the year, and a director would be. necessary for that. Also, a force of caretakers and watchmen will be required. Portions Can Be Heated There has been talk from timey to time of a permanent exhibit' at the building throughout the year, but no plans have been worked out 1 for that, nor are any expected in tne near future To keep the entire building open in winter would require heavy expenditures for light and fuel. But certain sections of the structure could be used, the architects, Lawrie and Green, having provided separate gas radiator units for these rooms, most of which are in the front of the building. High up on yesterday's program singly, in pairs and as high as six in a string. Officials called attention to the facility, in loading and unloading the cars. A string of five was emptied of passengers and filled in less than three minutes in a timed test at Farm Show terminal. Trolleys traversed the heart of the business district, heading north at Market and Cameron. Officials are positive 30,000 dally could be handled if the clearing of traffic jams could be eliminated. DR. RULE NAMED ACTING HEAD (Continued) been sick for some time and Dr. Rule has been acting for him. Dr. Keith's four years commis sion expires Monday. He has spent practically all of his life in educa tional work. He would be eligible for retirement on pension next No vember. If he steps out now he gets nothing. His friends throughout the State had hoped he would be continued as Superintendent until that time. Deputies in the department who had promised him co - operation when he became ill were ready to go along on such a move. But it was found that with the commis sion as superintendent expiring January 26, the new appointment must be, according to law, for the four years period. Others had hoped McCrone's Mites York has an application from a young man in, Spokane, Washington, who desires to try out with the White Roses during the coming season at his own expense. William Harrison, a young pitcher, in a letter to Manager Jack Bentley, who is wintering in Florida, said that he is confident he will win a regular berth with the York " club. Bentley wired York officials to notify Harrison that he will be welcome to come to the White Rose city for a trial when the training camp opens in April. The newcomer is 23 years of ace. stands six feet, six inches and weighs 190 pounds. Last year he won twenty - two games in semi - professional baseball. - , Reports that WUIiamsport had signed Mike White, veteran pitcher to bolster the Gray pitching staff this summer have been denied by club officials. . Mike is still a free agent although he is considered an excellent prospect Last year he was one of the leading pitchers in the West Branch League and was recommended to Manager Killinger by Bud Shaney, What to See and Hear . ; v By l. u. k. ' ; , The State got a quick break on the inaugural movies. Pathe was active. A print was back in Harrisburg Wednesday and has been on view since. Governor Pinchot had the first glimpse in a private showing at the Executive Mansion. JANET GAYNOR against sound. Picture has Los Angeles premiere January 30. Hear Charley gets 50 cents on every admission up to a certain point. Hear the estimable Pennsylvania censors have scissored the Made - in - Germany "Blue Angel" so unmercifully that it won't hang together in the pure Keystone State. Now use your favorite cuss word on movie censors. Stars: Marlene Dietrich ajid Emil Jannings. 'Janet Gaynor (see picture), and Charley Farrell are together in the honey - sweet film, "The Man Who Came Back' A lot of people like this pair. - x .. ' THREE CHALLENGERS IN CUE DEADLOCK; Here now: , - Victoria: Jack Oakle busts up a gang with a monkey wrench. Colonial: Winnie Lightner enlivening the party. Loew's: Evelyn Laye's first. Leon Errol best. State: Will Rogers who was everything "once." Majestic: William Webb Robertson as. the "Bachelor Father." Mr. Davenport, M - G - M executive, recently at Loew's said: Chaplin's "City Lights" without dialog may,, revolutionize motion pictures; Charley is dead an equally close match from Tiff Denton of Kansas City, 50 to 42, In 42 innings. Hall was idle yesterday. Reiselt against Jordan, Thurnblad PAXTOrilA I II II I nl. East at Bbf. on Jonestown Ed. Dancing Every Evening ORCHESTRA SAT. EVE. SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT ' Cater to Banquets Rooms and Board by Day or Week BcU S - 91S6' Wm. Dressier, Prof. GRAND StSS "RENEGADES" Mon. - Taes. "MIN AND BILL" wmit mm CENCRIFCttGR Dining and Dancing Every Night Old Mill Orchestra 7 Men 7 Thursday and Saturday Nights Coyer Charges Orchestra Nights Only Private Room for Parties and Banquets !. StrftK nil CMckeTinit I. I HI A !. CrU Hew HI

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 24 Jan 1931, Sat,
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