Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, The Evening News from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania on October 27, 1933 · Page 32
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Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, The Evening News from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania · Page 32

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
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Friday, October 27, 1933
Page 32
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TRIES-LEADER, WILKES-BARRE, PA FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 27. 1933 Ichcol Stars Meet Qii'Cbll Prepares For Polo SeaS0l Leading Pold Teams The orack 109th polo team are preparing for a buy aeaaon and during the winter will meat eome of the leadmgteama In Pennsylvania and other statea. Tba flrat fame of the aeaaon waa played on Wednesday night befora 100 follow-ere and vlctorle wera acore d by the Blue and Whltea. Weekly tainea will W played up until December . 1 ' The presence of aaven new ponle purt-haaed last Auguat made the opening game notable. Major Bob Winer accorded tha new mount proper recognition and tha fana gave tha anlmali a big hand aa they were introduced. , Adolph Eddlniter of the Bluea proved to have the beet aye for tha goal on opening night Hla play waa eeneatlonal and tha lanky long armed No. a man made half of hla Blue team'a goals. Tha Stripe, atarting with a ravamped Una up becauaa of tha illneia of Henry Jones, proved no match for tha Bluea In the four-chukker game, bunching all over the floor. Bill Jermyn of Scranton waa tha iron man of the opener, playing with tha Whltea In the firm game and hlii goal decided the 4ft to I Mi victory over the Red after Herb Hughes had tied the acore with two mlnutea to play. Jermyn later played with the Stripes. Next Wednenday night's games will have the WtHpe and Roda playing two chukkera while the wlnnera lant night, Bluea and Whltea, will play four chukkera. WEST SIRS HOPE TO WIN OVER COLGATE WYOMING Pleaaa Send All Newe Item Ta Fred $. Hopper, 450 Man, ment Avanua Wyoming. Phone Wyoming 201 M. Dote Daahaa vs. Thrifty Werker Tha Junior shorthand elaaa ia progressing. Thla ia due to tha clear explanation!, enthualaam, kindneaa and thoughtfulnaaa of Mr. Rygiel. , Tha atudenta are alwaya active and on the alert aa there la a great deal of enthualaam displayed In the felasroom. Tha claaa ia divided into two teama. Tha following membera comprise the Dota and Danhei: Mary Klckler, Arthur Firth, Folsome Oruver, Mile Col well, Dorothy Alalop, Den-lei Lukesh, Anna Pallnettl, Roy Rohblne, Kalella Lewie, Anthony Vollngavltch, Emily Bo wen, Wealey Rumphred, Blanche Eehelman, Marlon Erkert. The Thrifty Worker include the following: Veronica Goryl. Raymond liughea, Margaret Sukoeky, Kvn Bocceui, fltella Oleakl, k Floyd Oulldord, Paulina Gramackl, Adam Neiu, Charlotte Drane, Albert Cole, Anna Warnaglrla, Rather Durden, Dorothy Hltt Anna Llaew-aky. ,The captain thua far ar4: Mary tickler and Arthur Firth. Dot and Penh team; Veronica Goryl and Raymond .Hughea, Thrifty Worker team. . Tha Thrifty Workera have a acore of SO while- tha Dot and Dashea have a acora of nothing. ' Prof Einstein Of Princeton Poses if' 1 " ri Take a good look at Prince ton 'a new faculty member, for it may not bt aoon that you will tea hii likeness again. After dodging cameramen on hit arrival in New . York and then again at Princeton, Pro-feaaor Einstein consented to poaa this once as ha sat at his desk on his first day in his new Princeton offices. It's hit first posed photo sine arriving in this country, Italy Looks Up To A New Idol . :.v;' rp6 ' t 4 , t" "T 11 !' 1.1 I ' 1 I laaaMHMMSMHMMIaHIMiBBMHMMaBMWvLaM Ha left Italy an unschooled boxer. Ha returns its heavyweight champion of tha world. That's why Primo Camera was showered with "bravos" and "salutas" when, as you sea him here, he arrived at Naplea from New York. Ha plans to return to America soon " to defend his title. (Oosttaaei from Page S3) will order aeverai new variations of hla own hidden-ball repertoire to be used at timely momenta during the content. With as versatile a back-field aa was seen in laat Saturday' game, one ia aafe In predicting that the Seminary will not be outdone in tha running game. Tony Sldcevage, a hard-runnlg back who waa Injured In tha early momenta of the ranntngton game three week ago, la ready for action agmlnt Colgate and ahould prove to. be a hard man to atop. The team physlclane have not yet dlncharKCrt tha peppery quarterback Creadon, but It ia hopeful that ha will be permitted to start Nolan, Clark, Rado, Weatfleld, Rlndgen. Bond and Richard, who round out a. formidable secondary combination for the Blue and White, are all In tha pink, and will probably ahara tha honor of carrying ebattla to their highly tooted rivals. , CKKLITI) WIN ARMY TEAM PI OVER YALE (Oonttaaet from rage 94) Duke, too strong, perhapa, for Kentucky. MiHllppI-Clemon "Ola MUi" look tha atronger, Kanaaa-Kansas State By the toia of a coin, Kanaaa State. Columbla-Penn State The Nit-tariy Lion uncovered an attack la it week but they don't rata with Columbia. Michigan Rtate-Syracue Syra-cuae looka atrong enough to avenge a 1983 beating, -.i ; Arkanaas-Southern Method lat Playing In their own bailiwick, Ar-kanana overturned Texaa Christian. Houthern Methodist goea to Kay-ettevllla expecting trouble and probably will get It. Colgate Lafayette Unbeaten, Colgate ahould win comfortably. Tulane-Auburn The Green Wave may roll over tha Plainsmen of Auburn. Vtllanova-Manhattan Vlllanova looka too powerful for tha Jasper. Texas-Rice Texaa start it Hmithwest Conference .campaign, hopeful of victory. Buoknell Picked Bucknell-Templee Thla one' in the day time, explaining aelection of Hucknell to beat the Owl. North Carolina-Georgia Tech A ballot for the Engineers, i Washington-Stanford -Somebody tnay beat Stanford soon but until then a vote for the team "Pop" JVarnor left behind him. " U. C. I A.-Oregon A wavering vote of confidence in U. C. 1 U. to beat unbeaten Oregon. Oregon State-Washington State- Oregon State tied Southern California; Washington State tied California which seems (right now anyway) a good , reason for picking Oregon State.- Carnegie Tech-Washington k Jefferson Xavler tlnveralty held Carnegie to -4, W. ft J. to 8-0 but we still string along with tha Tar-tana. : Virginia-Virginia Military Is this Tuna h On WBRE Tomorrow at 2:15 for Brodcat of the , Temple t$. Bucknell Gamt - Direct from the Field of Piy at Lewisburg 8vral local boya will aaa action during tha game, which is expected to be en ef the aeason'a beat Follow tha boya play by plsy., .' Broadcast Sponsored by y spent, tvitb. tt0 CLAGOIFIEB and Valet IDadles At the old prices Gillette, Probak and Valet blades were - a sound value. Today's draatlcaUy raducod prices make them sensational bargains. The eame higit quality ia positively guaranteed. If not satisfied return the unused btades to your dealer and he will refund your money. GILLETTE SAFETY RVZOR CO. DOStON, MASSACIIUSETTS , FRANK sr.d FRAKSES YANSHAK Announce the Opening of "CLUB FRANCES" Saturday Evening, October 28, 1933 30 ENGLE STREET . . . ...-.- v , Off Old River Read, near 8t. Mary's Ro.d, Hanover Tewnh!p th end of Virginia's string of three defeat in a rowT s ; ., ; Virginia Poly-South Carolina A close battle indicated, - Disdaining the coniettuencea, V. p. t get the nomination. -r . Utah-Utah BUte What'e the matter with Champion Utah? Denver-Colorado College Denver, unless there's aomething rotten in the report from the Htate of Colorado. - , MALONEY SIGNS WITH STRIBL1NQ Miami, Fla., Oct Btribllng has signed a two-year contract to manage Jimmy Maloney, former South Boston boxer. "Pa" aaid he planned a world tour with a atrlng of- boxers next spring. FORMER BOXER ! ESCAPES FROM INSANE ASYLUM i Al Mason, a former pugilist, resident of Mahanoy City, escaped Wednesday night from the county hospital for Insane at Schuylkill Haven.' He has been in the institution about a year. Several years ago Mason met Pat Igo in Artillery Park aa a preliminary to the Tommy Loughran-Pete Latzo bout Dial 14141 for Information on the Times-Leader Insurance Policy. Stonik And Endler Will Meet On Grid More than 600 Wyoming Valley fans will go to Lswtabur tomorrow io see the 'football game between n. TemP?e eleven of Philadelphia and the aturdy Bucknell team which has been rated as one of the best in the east by the famous 'Pop Tomorrow's game will bring together Johnny Stonik, formerly of the Plymouth high school team and Hmid Endler, formerly of New- oortwho were outstanding stars on the scholastic grids a few years ago. stonik is one of the atara on Tem-i ravine at fullback, while End ler' is the regular right end on the nnxknell team. o Football critics in New York and Philadelphia point 10 mis game a one, of tha u,.. tomorrow ith a"w i. wno areonkU. ny Stephen, :"a(nt Plymouth sue -lnol nairback on TeLi "tarred on th. Vl, few v.. wen m i.' ble. hn :. wlt, ky ;i;rnr "am' -"peetedtoM. )u ;; IF YOU CAN FIND ANOTHER; Ay STORE IN TOWN THAT WILL SELL YOU - : Um THIS YEAR'S fan c 't Tmmm mm ' 1 '" SitV AT LAST YE AR'S PRICES! "7 Louis Rosenthal w: m i- , ' I I i i U U UU H WERE ALWAYS MY PRICES AND THEY STAY THE SAME! I WANT MORE SALES LESS PROFITS-MORE FRIENDS THATS WHY I'VE KEPT o THE QUALITY o THE FABRICS o THE TAILORING AND THE PRICE Absolutely The Same! X Louis TOPCOATS BALMACAANS All At The Same Old Price! o ' - ' 79 PUB LI C SQUARE DINZ DANCE n rT -- . FLOOR SHOW

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