1937-38 D9 League schedule

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1937-38 D9 League schedule - Northern League Schedule For 1938 Adopted At...
Northern League Schedule For 1938 Adopted At Meeting Ridgway High Mentor I «®“«“« C”«» Elected Loop Prexy;^ , Session Held In Kaite' SpoifeMirror by El Hildum j Next seasons edition of the War- I ren High school basketball team _ j wil! open defense of the North | ! League and Diatrict Nine titles I I won during the past campaign on | i January 7, 1938 when Johnson* | burg High comes to town, it was j decided last night at a meeting of the circuit held at Kane. According to the tentative sched t- i,„ii uui adopted by the league, the i With the major , 1938 season »ill get under way i on January 7th and t^il* close February February 25th. The midway mark in the campaign will be readied on February 1. J. B, Timmons, coach at Ridgway Ridgway High school, was elected pres-; icent of the North League to succeed succeed Glenn Griftith, of Johnsonburg. Johnsonburg. Coach Tom Drummond, of season due to start lees than a Aveek hence, we’re going out on the limb today to give an anxious public our ideas concerning the forthcoming campaigns in the American American and National leagues. Let it be said here and now tliat no big wagers should be accepted on the basis of our crystal-gazing ______________ for almost anything is | gbeffieli was re-elected ^cepi^s- happen in a season when all of the I Bradford teams which finished in depths last^ ccach, w’as named secretary- ^ year are predicting vastly i treasurer to succeed Heinie Kol- ed clubs. ^„„ipiin, local mentor. In the Aniencan l^gue we ^n, meeting of the league! see no other iwill be held at Kane on Monday t New Voriv \anlices for first | evening Mav 3. ! ♦ J*'? "Jil Following 13 the tentative sched-1 bold» the talancc 0* ‘" uk adopted for the J938 season in I the stick and plenty ul good pitch-, isT„rj-h Leaeue- ing strenKt!., as shown (luring the| , , | Grapefruit League series. i The National League is some-: tiling else, again. \\c do not look for the Giants to repeat. In our humblo opinion they vrro lucky j to break into hu-it \ ear’s series. We believe that the ‘coming of next Octobe» will find the St. Ix>uis Cardinals on top of the lieajv in fhi«» circuit, with the Giants flrm- ly entrcnrhcd in fourth position. Roth IMttshur^h ;ind Cleveland, favt*rites of thr local fiuis l>ecause of their nearness, hlnniUl f»how vjust improvement, hut despite these imp'ovrinentf*, neither »s exiiected by your writer to go higher than second position. \’ie’re discounting boasts of Detroit Detroit in tiie Anicriciin League and of Cincinnati in the National. We have picked them to finish fourth fifth, respectively. This despite despite the reported seleetion by *«ome of the better infomicd sports WTit^'rs of Chicinnatl for the National I>eague half of the 1937 world series. Hrrc are our Eolections for what; they’re worth: { Aaierieaii League 1. -Vew York Yankees. ‘I. Clevelan<l Indians. S. Chicago hite Sox. 4. Detroit Tigers. ii. Washington Senators, fi. Boston Ked Sox. St. Ix)uis Browns. i 8. Philadelphia Athletics. National league L St. Louis Cards. 2. Pittsburgh Pirates. 5. Chicago Cui>s. 4. New York Giants. 5. Cincinnati Ileds. 6. Boston Bees. ■ 7 . Brooklyn Dodgers. 8. Phila. Phillies. To Meet De.Iohn Jimmie Clark, erstwhile Titusville Titusville and Jamestown battler, will have another chance at FUlph DeJohn, DeJohn, Syracuse i>oy Mho stopped the colored lad’s forward march in the middleweight division of the pro ranks. Word has l>een received received here that the pair will get together together in the Buffalo rink next Monday night. In the first meeting, DeJohn scored a decision over Clark, who had opened his professional career with seven or eight consecuti'^e >ictories. Forced to start over .again, Clark has performed well in recent bouts and should put up a good battle against DeJohn. The previous bout l>etween the two Iwys drew a banner crowd and Monday’s affair i^ ex^ject^ to set a record. Johnsonburg at Warren. St. Marys at Ridgway. Bradford at Sheffield. Kane idle. Tuefi., Jan. 11 Sheffield at Johnsonburg Ridgway at Bradfora. Kane at St. Marj'S. Warren idle. Fri., Jan. 14 Warren at Sh#'fP<eld. Johnsonburg .nt Ridg^'ay. Bradford at Kane. St. Marys idle. Tues., Jan. IS Uidgway at Warren. Kane at Johnsonburg. St, MaryS at Bradford. Sheffield idle. Fri., Jan. 2! Warren at Kane. Sheffield at Ridg^-a.s. Johnsonburg at St. Mar>*s, Bradford idle. Fri., Jan. 2ii. St. Mary.s at Warren. Kane at Sheffiela. Bradford at Jo’insonburg. Ridgway idle. Tues., Fet 1 Warren at Bradford. Sheffield at St. Marvb Ridgway at Kane Johnsonburg idle Fri., Feb 4 Warren at Johnsonburg. Ridgway at St. Marys. Sheffield at Bradford. Kane idle. Tues., Feb. 8 Johnsonburg at Sheffield. Bradford at Ridgway, St. Marys at Kane. Warren idle. Fri., Feb. 11 Sheffield at Wai-ren, Ridg^vay at'Johnsonburg. Kane at Bradfc.-'d. St. Marys idle. Tues., Feb. 15 Warren at Ridgw'ay Johnsonburg at Kane. Bradford at St. Maiys. Sheffield idle. Fri., Feb. 1? Kane at Warren. Ridg^vay at Sheffield. St. Marys at Johnsonburg. Bradford idle. Tue«., ffeb. 22 Warren at St. Maiys. Sheffield at Kane. Johnsonburg at Bradford. Ridgway idle. Fri., Feb. 2N Bradford at Warreu, St. Marys at Sheffieki Kane at Ridgv^'ay. Johnsonburg idle. —By Pap'IPOLE VAULT OF Two Warren Boys Are FIFTEEN FEET'Among Vets To Greet SEEN BY COACH'American Univ. Coach Berkley, Calif. April \ |>ole vault of 15 feet in an ac- coniplishment to be achieved in the not too distant future, believes coach Bnitus Hamilton of the University University of California. "There are four athletes in com Two \Vnrrei> boys, F'.morson Bartlett, former Kane High school standoiit, and Hal Toner, former Warreti High backfield man. will head a crew of eighteen veterans who will report to (ivis Welch, fan^oijs Ciu lisle fntiian fool ball petition now, who In my opinion, Ht^r. who has signed a contract to ’ attributes to|c„aoh the, American University vault 15 feet, Hamilton said to-¡gridiron team in Washington, D. day. ' C/ t '/CÀ u O Cc/SS' OUTF/ELC? came : ÍV/P7V TWS: /^/(S^£ST P^/C£i y^G 0/=- TéJE TOOK PfA{A(f 6 / 0 iS OLD SPOT CN S^AIFmMCfSCO LAST SBASOKf AA/O ^ mAJ WET Coast is/fsue ratt / a / g "Bill Sefton of the University of Southern (.’alifornia who recently cleared 14 feet. 7 3-8 inches is one and hih- teammate, Karl Meadows, is another. “George Varoflf of Sait Francisco, Francisco, whose 14 feet, 6^j inches of last year was tops untlh Sefton cleareil nearly an inch higher last week, can <lo it. Sueo Oye of Japan might pull it off. "The trick might l>e turned next week or next year. It will be on a day when mind and muscle coord- Î inate on a runway which has the I necessary ‘feel’ to it and weather i conditions are just right." ■ C., ne.Nt season. BASKETBALL •'f............................................................. - -V Following are the results of ye.s- terday's basketball games in the PAR ISN'T par : ANY MORE SAYS GENE SARAZEN BOWLING Î GANZONERI SET ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hh; ELKS THREL-MAN lloagvalls (0) H. Wood ____144 155 147 W. Hoagvall .154 ,173 166 F:. Jioagvail ..190 173 192 446 498 655 488 501 Bj«rs (4) ...185 209 ...184 151 ...257, 256 505 J494 Bjers (0) 194 178 .3 56 156 A. Karlson Asheville, N. C., April 13—(.1*) ! p,. (iuignon Mr. Average Citizen, says Gene jj. Bjors . Sarazen, the goifing-tarnicr from. Connecticut, is being deceived by the ballyhoo of "par-cracking"; scores. "Par isn’t par any more,” he, a . Kailson ..’.204 said. I H. Guignon .. .193 ‘Today, w-e arc playing with: h . Bjers modern, .scientifically made equip-j .. . ment. but over courses that have' ' 551 528 not kept step with time. j ( heck ( 4 ) "The courses must be strength-! w. Chilcott ..221 208 cned. By that I don’t mean to q Senger ...167 190 making the rough rougher or holes j m. Check .!!! 169 211 too long for the average player. I _____ Take the par 5 holes throughout 557 ^9 America and you’ll find 9 out of 10 have the largest greens. They Scali«<>s (1) should be the .smallest and the ij. Cucliran .. .128 168 most treacherous. The par 5 holes , Morrell ...166 148 are all being reached in two; j" ¿calise .*..’.358 180 blows.” j _________ ------------------------- : 452 496 Checks (3) W. Chilcott .. .196 144 G. Senger ___161 165 M. Check ...,202 183 188 180 192 582 .515 705 626 616 560 1802 New York. April 13 - i/T) Tony Canzoneri, who once achieved con .sidorable fami- as a "man wlu (Uinjc back,” tries another ate] 160 162 175 York's "subway” fight circuit, to- 558' 531 j luce of Cleveland, 487 ; The ten-round bout at j Broadway arena in Hrooklyn 497 1576 ' the last scrap he has schedi ; before meeting Lou Ambers i 136 065 '^'^^it.h in an cflorL to regain 255 6)2 tw'ice 203 583 regained once. 594 1760 Another comeback is on ' card at the Hippodrome tor j attempts to get back into 177 147 202 540 i cx])cnse i ' Apostoli, .wnsational San 526 1474 ^jsco middleweight. Bala:,:no pii • SPORTS ' ROUNDUP 191 203 1:0 531 hereabouts until his career Big Six League at the First M. FC. ¡gym; Third» FCi FPTP Haggstrom, f ................. 5 1 11 Fieed, f............................. 2 0 4 Siriannl, c ..................... l 0 2 1 Campbell, g ................... 3 0 6 Baker, g ......................... 5 2 32 ! Forslund, f.....................0 0 0 ! RigR", g............................ 2 1 184 40 'Ir. ÎMerchants Ft; FP TF‘ Christiansen, f............... 2 15 ! 1 Lundahl. f ..................... 3 0 2 ' 1 1 1 02 Folk man, g ................... 0 0 0 ' 1 Conroy, g ....................... 2 1 5 I 3 35 FOURTHS» FGFP TP 1 ' Í Helz, f .............................. 1 0 2 ; ' ! FJerry, f........................... 2 0 4 • Grosch, c ....................... 0 2 2 ■ Kirby, g...........................0 00 Elliott, g ....................... 3 0 2 ‘ Gott, e .............................. 3 0 6 1 Baldensperger, g ......... 2 2 G 9 4 22 ' Plebes ‘ i FG FP TP 1 Foreman, f...................... 1 0 2 ^ 1 Chapman, f.....................0 0 0 ' J. Larson, c ................... 1 2 4 [ 1 B. Larson, g ................. 0 0 0 ’ i Rogers, g ....................... 0 0 0 I j Szarowicz, f ...................1 0 2 j| Smith, f............................0 0 0 0 0 .; r-iell, g .............................. 0 ft 0 K i 0 0 rJ * 1 . i 2 s HONOR ROLL A rcadc Koy Greenlund .. ...............239 Massa .................... ...............204 Fredericks........... .................200 C. Greenlund ..., ...............203 N. WooHter . ... ...............244 U. Wooster.......... .................263 L^^l<h ................. .................245 Elki^ <Uicck ................... .211-203-202 Bjers ..................... .........257-256 Senger .................. .........255-203 <'hiloot t ............... .........221-208 Karlson ............... ........209-204 Scaline ... . . ______ ,202 In the lndi);4rialLeague at th» Cus W euc H Both Bartlett and Toner have seen two years of service with American University's l<!agles. Another Another THndidate will be I’ete Hauche, Kane Uij*h center of two yeans ago. Rauche «lid not see much action at Anu*ricHn U. last fall, but the red-headed youth is expected to make a determined bid for the varsity post next season. season. Welch, who taken over the coacliing reins next fall, will hav<* a difficult schedule to meet with the veteran squad that will be> at his conunand when the team goes into a month's training In early .Se])timber at Natural Briiige, Va. The veteran mentor who futorerl successful teams at V/a>.hinglon State, Ilaskill and llandolph-Ma- con in his twenty years <if coaching coaching is optimistic, however, and particularly pleased that two of I the teams lie will meet are Dickin•son Dickin•son C!((liegc and Randolph-Macon, Welch plnyrfl for Dickinson in 1916 and foached at Randolj)h-Maeon for six years before leaving for the West. FolUwing is American TJniver- .-»ity's sfhi (lule; ( I urn to Page Ten) A n ado Alleys la.«d night, Times- Mlrror took four from C'larendon, Ideal Hftkejy copped three from Youngsville Quality (’ash and Warren Axe collecte<l four from A. G. S. Frat, Roy Greenlund, Times-Mirror captain, headed the performers for the evening with a 617 total. Three mati hca were rol'lcd m the Klks Three-Man league last night, Bjers taking four from Hoagvalls, Check taking four from Bjers, and (.’hecks repeating with three from •Scnliaes. Harold Bjers provided the bnlh- ant work of the evening when hei hit games of 257-256-192 for a 705 total, the highest registered competition at the Elk drives this year. Barney Senger also came through in good .style, getting a 612 count. Tonight’s schedule; 7:30 -f^rl«- tensen vs. T’atrhen, 1-2; Malone vs. Bleeeii, 3-4. 9 00 Patchen vs. Bleech, 1-2; (Jhrlsteni-en vs. Malone, Malone, 3-4. Tomorrow night: 7:30 Cobb Graebner, 1-2; Hagl>erg vs. Weaver. Weaver. 3-4, 9:00 Malone vs. Bjers, 1-2; Patchen vs. Scañse, 3-4, The Arcade I^flies have challenged challenged the Warren Ladies to special bowling match. This event will be staged tonight at 7:30 o’clock at the Arcade Recreation alleys. — (Turn to Page Ten) COUPON 559 4 92 584 -----t>y EDDIE BRJFT7 J5Y LDDIL BRIETZ New York, April 13—í-í;') — Bachman ! Canadian papers hear Rabbit Mar- i - anville is only stopping off at Mon-' treal on his way back to the ma-; 1 jors as a manager... if so, where ? | )... Story going the rounds in | Philly that L.afayette would like to { get Everett E. (Hooks) Mylin from Bucknell to succeed Ernie Nevers as football coach...The Cardinals who have never stopped kicking themselves for letting Virgil Virgil Davis get away, tried to buy him back for cash last week. J NDl;STKIAI. I.EA(i LE Times-Mirror (4) ...153 162 152 ...147 180 381. Greenlund ...188 389 239 Maten ...........165 3 80 152 Christie -------187 145 146 575 : the former champion. He’s been , 1 working his way back since then. | Methodist» 1635' ApostoU. lost a disputed decis-! ion to Ken Overlin, whipped Solly | Uoff. f .......................... Krieger, wiio knocke<l out Bal- i RiJigs, f .......................... I samo after the llisko bout, and i Campbell, c ................. 4 fi 7 i stopped Butch Lynch of Piainfield, i I'^^ii^iiritis, g ................. r, 0 g: N. J., In nine rounds. ,Eberhardt. g ............... 617 497 47S FG FP TP World's Popular 840 856870 2568 ; Clareiulon ( 0 ) ! Silzle ........... .192 341x 348 481 Burgeson ... .114 3 53 139x : 406 Massa ......... .363204 3 68 535 : Smailman.129 144 167 440, Putnam .319 3 62 139450 Fredericks .. 173 200 371 '747 834 822 2403: RANGERS SEEK STANLEY CUP IN MATCH TONIGHT;.— Seconds Underw'ood, Conway, f . Beatty, c . Lutz, g ... Morgan, g . i Chase, f .., 4 0 8 2 26 2 0 4 11 •» 0 2 0 4 333 25 FGFP TP 4 08 , 3 02 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 6 0 12 , 1 0 •J . 0 0 0 (10 VOLUMES) Encyclopedia 12 0 24

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