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ASBURY PARK SUNDAY PRESS (THE SHORE PRESS), MARCH 23, 1941 ac& Netcher and Jim Coleman Pace Bishops to Second State Title Columbia High Ghczzi Leads Golf Open Swimmers Win 1 - - Until Texans Check In School Crown; GREENSBORO. V C . (VP) Two wiry Texans who navr riuwh souint-eved staring into the sun along the tournament golf trail Mfrnirn "lasted big Vic Ghezzi and Johnny Hulla out of the lead in the $5,000 Take InttT).cholatic Title C.reater Greensboro open golt tournament yesterday From Trenton, Defeml- South Orange ing Champ PHILADELPHIA. (A'i Sweeping the last two events- the relays. Columbia high school. South Orange. N. J., snatched the team championship from Trenton. N J, high school, defending champion, in the National Interscholastic Swimming championship yesterday in the Penn A. C. pool. The Columbia high natators racked up a total of 32 points, while the Trenton mermen had to be content with 20 points and second place. Individual winners included: Dost. Memorial high school. Had-dnnfield, who took the 50-yard freestyle event in 25 2: Benedict, Central high, Philadelphia, who captured the 220-yard free-style in 2:253; Wanthouse, Columbia high, who won the 100-yard backstroke; dossier, East high school, Pawtuc-ket, R I. in the 100-yard freestyle, 55 3: Anderson. Austin. Minn., high, who took the 100-yard breast stroke In 1 05 4: Hornyak. Trenton, in the fancy dive with 6'6 66. The Summaries so-varrl free a'vle bv DoM. Memorial h!h achnol. Harldonrla Id N .1 ae-ond, Rouen. Wej'fleld. N J. h all Lightweight Ben llogan. who plays out of Hershey, Pa., shot a 66, equal to his best score in winning here a year ago. to pace the pack with a five-under-par 36-hole total of 135. But even with that fine score he was only one shot up on P. G. A. Champion Byron Nelson, his traveling companion and buddy from their caddying days back in Fort Worth. Ghczzi had shared temporary possession of the 30-holc lead with Ralph Guldahl of Chicago as the early finishers checked In. Nelson put together the greatest tournament round that's ever been played over the Sedgefield Country club course. He was three under par on each side with a 32. and his f4 cut one stroke from the former mark set in 1939 by Hogan and Law-son Little. Vet Hogan was on his way to an even better round when he stood on the 10th tee. To that point he had played nine holes in four under par. with birdies on the second, fifth, eighth and ninth for a 21. Benny, however, couldn't match his own blistering pace on the back nine. He missed the green at the 11th lor his first and only overpar hole; 15 and was an inch wide from seven in putting for birdies at the 15lh, Hith and 17th, and then finished with a birdie 4 on No. 18 that could have been an eagle. He got home in two but left his first nine-foot putt a foot short of the hole. Nelson was beaming from ear to ear when he finished. The pro title-holder had been disappointed when he could do no better than a 72 Friday but his second round brought the smile rifcht back to his face. Bulla, playing what he admitted was a bdd round, could only match par with a 70 for 137 and third place. Ghezzi, who had tied will) the young Greensboro giant Friday, went up to a 72 for 13!) and a fourth-place tie with Guldahl. who won here two years ago, and had bi. rh!. third. H.nlon. Bavonne N J , h;.n missed from three feet tinned from aclvm fnnrth, Haulenhack column:, hitru , ' . . . ., , school. Routh Orange. N J.; filth. Crn.ljv, Bal'lmorr Polv Time 35 2. JJO-vard free atvle final -Won bv Bene-din, rmral hiah arhool. Philadelphia w-nntl. V.rdeur, North Catholic Khool. Philadelphia third. Abbott. Aiianllr City hiah artioo! fourth. Morgan. Wt Orator. N J . high school, filth. Koe' Binder tilth achool. Jaraey Cltv. N. J Time 3 3S 3 ino-vard backstroke final Won bv Want-home,' Columbia high arhool, South Oreiiie. N .1 : second. Klnnev. West Orange. N .1 . h:gh school: third Ollrmi. Nortljea't high etinot. Philadelphia, fourth Sillnlrl:. Trentctn. N J. high achool fifth, Klu'-ting. last high achool. Pawtuekei. n. I. 7, me I OS 1. 100-va.d free atvle final - Won by Cloaa-le r East high arhool, Pawturket, R I : aerond. Crosbv. Baltimore Polv. third. Han-Inn Bavonne. N J. high arhool. fourth. Revnoldv Columhia high hool Boiith Orange, N J fifth. On!. Memorial high achool, Hadrlonfield N J Time- 53.3 100-yard bream stroke final Won by Anderson, Austin. Minn , high arhool: second, Tt'.rrn, Atlantic Cltv high school; third, (letjr. North Catholic high school. Phlla-de;phia fourth. Kallop. Columbia high achool. South Orange. N J flfUi. Keimry, Olrard college. Philadelphia Time - I (IS 4. Pnncv rilve Won tlv Hornyak. Trenton, N J . high achool: second, Kaltner. Trenton high arhool: Ihlrd. Behlatl, Rochester, N. Y., high achool: fourth. I.aarma, hlgn school BufTalo, N V.l fifth, Williams. Olrard. Philadelphia Time- laO-yard medley relav Columbia high school South Orange N J second A'laii-tir Cltv high achool. thlid. Weal Orange. N. ,1 high arhool: fourth. Northeast high 'Chool Philadelphia, fifth. Olrard college Philadelphia Time I 2.1 (I iTranlon high srhool finished second but was disqualified! 2V0-vard free stvie relay - Won by Columbia high school, South Orange. N J, second. Trenton. N J . high school, third. East high srhool. PairtiKket, R I fourth. Puvder high school, Jersey Cltv. N J 2 Team results: Columbia high athcwil. South Oratige, N. J . 33. Trenton N J , Dign arnooi in AiiniMii. vn, man " ,..... 15 Fast high school. Pawtucket H I , 13, Wert Orange. N J high arhool. 12 Memorial high school, Haddtinfleld, N J North Ca'hollr lilirh school and Northeast high srhool, Philadelphia. 7; Bavonne. N. .1. high scnonl. Central high school. Phil -rlelphia and Austin. Minn . high srhool. fi- Bnvrirr high school, Jersey City. N J and Baltimore Polv. V Olrard college. Philadelphia, and westfleld N, J, high school. 4. Horheater, N Y . high srhool. 3 Lafayette high srhool, Buffalo. N. Y, 3. f r Three Perfect Score Feature Avon Shoot Despite a northweit wind which awept the beachfront ranfe, eacellent acorea were turned in yesterday In the regular weekly ahoot of the Avon Gun club. In the first event. Winchester Ronham, Allenhurst, and A. King and L. Z. Laurence, both Toms River, turned In perfect cards with 25 breaks out of a possible 25 shots. In the second event. Fred Pierce. Avon, carried off top honors with a score of 23 against 22 each for Lawrence and Ronham w hile the third event went to Victor T. Burdge, Point Pleasant with a score of 24. Pierce and Bonham each registered 23. In a special event, Burdge and Pierce were deadlocked, each with 23. The club also announced last night that all soldiers, sailors and marines are welcome to participate In the Saturday and holiday shooting activities. Loses Championship VIC GIIF.ZZI Hud .Miinday. Paul Runyan s as New York Clubs Stymied by Rain MIAMI, Fla. VP) Rain yesterday washed out the first game of the Cleveland Indians' weekend series with their traditional spring rivals, the New York Giants, and that jumbled Manager Roger Pickin-paugh's pitching plans. He had just decided on a regular pitching schedule. Southpaw Al Milnar was scheduled for about six innings, with ,loc Hcving filling in, and Bob Feller was to be saved for a starting stretch before the Sunday crowd. Now Feller and Milnar are slated to split the mound work in the single game today. Peckinpaugh announced only regular hurlers would start games from now until the season's opening. Yanks to Meet Cards ST. PKTKRSBUKG, Fla. (-Before the St. Louis Cardinals break camp. Manager Billy Southworth intends to get a line on a new in- ' ' ( i aSff I Clif fside Park Wins Group 3 Title by 38-31 Cliffs Defeat Bound Ilrook With Smashing Third-Period Drive in State Tournament ELIZABETH. P A smashing third-period drive carried Cliffside Park to a 38-31 triumph over Bound Brook and the Group 3 title in the annual New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic association's basketball championships at the Elizabeth armory last night. Behind the sharpshooting of Ted Berlinski, six-foot-four-inch center. Round Brook picked up an early 12-6 lead in the first night title game. In the second quarter, however. Berlinski was benched by his coach after three personal fouls and Cliff-side Park forged ahead to lead 18-16 at half time. With Berlinski out. Bound Brook was unable to stem the Cliffside Park tide. Berlinski returned to play late in the third quarter and in the last period led a Bound Brook rally that was too late. State Champions Asbury Park (35) G F Netcher, f 1 Coleman, f 6 Williamson, c 1 Siciliano. g 0 H. Smock, t 1 PF V 2 17 1 12 1 S 1 1 3 3 5 8 35 15 Memorial (32) G F PF P Melosh. f 1 Konrad, f 1 Povolny. f 4 Mahnken, c 2 M addon, g 2 Bocchierl, g 3 13 6 11 32 Score by Periods Asbury Park .10 6 13 635 Memorial 7 9 10 632 Free throws missed Netcher, Coleman. 2: Siciliano 2, II. Smock, Bocchierl 2. Officials Ben Silverman and Sam Yohn. GLORIA CALLEN Gloria Callen Fails to Repeat Tourney 'Jinx' Again Blasts West New York Dramatic Battle Almost a Duplicate of 1940 De-feat for North Jersey Squad (Continued from Page One) watched the game from the balcony, and then was almost carried off the floor by jubilant players. The Bishops outscored Memorial 10-7 in the first quarter, were outpointed by 9-6 in the second, had a 13-10 edge in the third and then fought back Memorial's desperate rallies in the fourth. Both teams recorded six points in the final period. The only time Memorial held the lead was iate in the second quarter when Tom Povolny sank a field goal to make the score 16-14. But Coleman's pop just before the end of the half tied the score. A Netcher Puts Bishops Ahead'" On the first play of the second half, Netcher's set sent Asbury Park ahead. Midway of the third quarter Pnvolnv's basket tied the score collected 21 points. Dick Birdsall Elizabeth armory yesterday to win at 22-22, but the Bishops came back the Group 2 prep division of the with three points on Coleman s neia New Jersey State Interscholastic goal and a foul by Netcher and they Athletic association basketball stayed out in front thereafter, tournament. The widest lead Asbury Park en- Midway of the last quarter Pete joyed was five points at the start, McElrov of St. Patrick s fired a bas- when the score was 5-0. and early ket to tie the score at 35-35. Joe in the fourth quarter, when the Stafford and Adam Kasilowski count stood at 31-26, with less than tossed field goals for Camden Cath- two minutes to go. Memorial nar-olic, but Bill Morrows free throw rowed the deficit 34-32, but the and McElroy's pop shot whittled Bishops outfought their opponents Camden's lead to 39-38. With 15 on every scramble for the ball and seconds to play. Frank Swak drib- didn't allow Memorial another bled in for a lay-up to clinch Cam- point. The clincher came when den's victory. McElroy's foul, with Netcher sank a foul 18 seconds be-five seconds to go, was the last tal- fore the final gun. y. Netcher and Coleman were un- Charles Weiland, tall Camden stoppable. The former took 14 shots center, featured the nlav with is and made seven of them, while Cole man iook i J snots ana scored on six. Camden Grabs Group 2 Title ELIZABETH. UP) In a wild finish. Camden Catholic ninDed St. During the game he Patrick's of Elizabeth. 41-39. at the was Cliffside Park's leader with 16 Cliffside Park was entered in the state play for the first time. Bonn Brook (81) Trkarlco. I ofs.k Dpuballis Orlando, i Mai tin KarniiFlan IWUnski, c Minard, r.jd. i .. Pla. 1 0 0 J 0 Cllftalalt Park Blrdiall. 1 Calabrasa. f Kaisar. c . Zlrk. g 11 ISfti i; . . 7 .. 3 . . J 1 14 Score by Periods Bound Brook U 4 Clitl.sldc Park 6 1 Free throws miasrd Orlando. 4: Fieri 3. Rirdtall. Calahrese 3: F 10 Pla. 18 a 13-31 11 38 BfrlmsKi Maisr-r 3 sNant had a 69 for 140,'one less "eld combination of Jimmy Brown ....... . ,u:.l T .1. a nt Pl.A,.,c-tr,n than his boss, who tied with Craig Wood, young Henry Poe of Heading, Pa., and Clavton lleafner of Lin-villo. N. C , at 141. Lou Muffs Hero Chance LOS ANGKLES. (Pi Young Lou Nnvikoff, talkative rookie slugger, muffed a great chance yesterday to become a hero. The Russian recruit struck out in the ninth inning with the bases loaded, allowing the Chicago White Sox to whip the Cubs 4 to 3. and even their spring exhibition series. Ted Lyons, 40-year-old pitching master, set the Cubs down without a run In his thiee-inning turn, and Bill Dietrich duplicated the performance. The Cubs got to Johnny Humphries for one run in the seventh and pushed across two more in the ninth before Pete Appleton rushed to the rescue. The Sox got all their runs off Larry French, who worked the first five innings, going scoreless against Sophomore Vern Olsen. Fii tal Five Victor On (.losiii!; Drive A 20-point margin in the final period Rave the ratal Five of Asbury Park a 34-16 victory over the Warriors at the Bangs Avenue srhool court. I. Braslowski set the pace for the winners, getting 14 points on seven field goals Avon Grammar Gets Revenge The Avon grammar school basketball team squared accounts with the Bond street grammar school five at the Hiadley Beach school gymnasium. The Avon players won handily by 2! to 10 and finished the last quarter with second string men. In their previous encounter a few weeks ago, the Bond St reefers took the measure of the Avoniles by a score of 17 to 10 John Holmes led the scoring for Avon with eight points while H. Miehell tallied five points as high man for the losers. Aron U'M Tigers Crush Armv Poloisls WEST POINT. N. Y. lTi--I'iince-tun crushed Army 9-4 yesterday to win its second consecutive National Intercollegiate Indoor polo cham-,.i..Li.i,. An overflow crowd of 800 saw the h"rtstop of sorts, announced that Timers two iron I behind after a few Iulure training games n- woum at third, Eddie Lake at shortstop and Frank Crespi at second base. The trio, with First - Baseman Johnny Mize breaking into the starting lineup for the first time this spring, will perform against the New York Yankees today. Yesterday's game with the Yanks was rained out. giving the Cardinal squad its first real day's rest since its arrival here Feb. 24. CLEARWATER, Fla. fP) The Brooklyn Dodgers' exhibition with the Boston Red Sox was rained out yesterday, but business around the camp was brisk nevertheless. First, Manager Leo Durocher, BUFFALO. (P) Helen Perry of Lake Erie college. Rainesville. O., last night upset defending Cham- Rebr'. f o pion liioria callen, rev x orx , to win the National A. A. U. Senior Women's 10-yard backstroke swimming title. The finish of the race was so close llio iiirliips rlohMpH tpvprnl minntpa Sabast Ofllcia.a Jarry Bannlan and Al before awarding the championship ---- - . to Miss Perry. She was timed in 109.07. Betty Bcmis, Indianapolis, placed third. , Helen Crlenkovich. San Francisco, easily defended her high board diving championship, amassing 156 68 points to the 139.43 gained by Ann Ross, Brooklyn, who placed second. Betty Burton. Battle Creek, Mich., was third with 113.75, and Martha Blair. Battle Creek, fourth, with 112.75. Miss Merki Repeats Previously. Nancy Merki, Portland. Ore., retained her 440-yard free style title, and Dorothy Leon ard. Worcester, Mass.. clinched the mythical title of mermaid. points. Title Retained Bv Wildwood b Baudr. Maisp. f Caput, f -. Wnisr.d. r. . S-raki. Rtsflord. g Kasilowski, mainly on short pegs. Camden latnollc (41) r. St. Patrick's (391 14 11 MrElrov f ELIZABETH. (VP) Wildwood high B.'"if?.J'c' successfully defended its Group 2 a"' ' basketball crown yesterday by stav- Morrow. ing off Pompton Lakes. 39 to 35. in the New Jersey Mate Interscholas- srora b Periods tic Athletic association tournament St'm'p.n,th": S u it , sf- Patricks 8 11 at the Elizabeth armory. Free throws 3. A -..-i., iij v.. fox. Qulgley. Morrow Officials ,n,-(,uii iumih'icu u. Schneider and John Oriflin. Wildwood during the first period in ...-: r, . . - . . ... is I W Americas best " P ",ha K" . " OlUlieilUerg LOSC JC7.-- IIUIU IIC1U, (J1UVCII LUC Ul PIS. 0 3 0 18 3 8 10 41 Pta. 7 11 3 ! 0 Tourney Results Group 4 Asbury Park 35, Memorial 32 Group 3 Cliffside Pk. 38. Bound Brook 3? Group 2 Wildwood 39, Pompton Lakes 35 Group 2 Prep Camden C. 41, St. Patrick's 39 13 39 15 9 1339 Weiland S. Charles But it was a great team performance, rather than individual briK liance that carried the Bishops, Jm, 941 the top of the heap in New Jersey oasKeioau. Williamson Sparkles There was Williamson's sparkling defensive play against Mahnken, who made 18 points as Memorial whipped Weequahic high of Newark Hapoa. t Pmlth I Htaiirh. f Duiidaa, f Holmes. . Bmlon, Htisrh. 8 Tumbrlly. ris a 4 n ? a i 3 it minutes of the first chukker, rally behind Jules linmfh to completely outclass the Cadets. Itomfh batted in seven goals, six of them in succession dining the final three periods. Kd Desaussure tallied all four Army goals. His two early in the game put the host trio in front for the first and only time. Ed Rose and Uonifh tallied once each to even things up at the end of the first period. Princeton held Army scoreless in the second chukker. while scoring twice. Each team scored once in share the second base job with Pete Coscarart, increasing suspicions that a deal is brewing with the Chicago Cubs for Billy Herman. President Larry MacPhail is to leave tomorrow for Los Angeles where the Cubs are making headquarters. Such a deal might involve Babe Phelps, the chunky catcher who has not reported to the Dodgers for training altho he signed his rontract. Second, the Dodgers hired two out-of-work ball players. Catcher Roy Spencer, who has had a vari- Miss Merki negotiated the course Jve fart j , R - here Friday night to gain the final in 5:30.1. only six-tenths of a sec- necame me nrst team to win a state p-s p round. And in addition. Harry ond from the American record es tablished by Mrs. Halina Tomska Tullis. Chicago, at Indianapolis on April 4. 1939. Miss Leonard was second and Ann Hardin. New Albany, Ind.. third. title two successive years since Princeton captured the Group 2 diadem in 1937 and 1938. Pompton Lakes, paced by Howie Kruse. closed the gap in the last quarter to 36-33 but Carl Nord- Rogers' Rangers scored heavily in Xmoek and Carnev Siciliann nlaven the two middle periods and chalked a feautiful floor game. The Bishops up a 36-29 victory over the South played without a substitution. Enders of Belmar at the Bradley Asbury Park thus became kingpin Beach grammar school court. of the state in basketball and foot- Don Barlow led the Rangers in ball, having been crowned mythical By finishing second. Miss Leonard blom's foul and Dick Curran's field the scoring department, getting 10 gridiron champion last season. For picKcu up mi-ee poiius, giving ner goal movea wuawooa into sate ter- points on nve neia goais, wnne nur- coach Colei'ian, it was the realiza Bond Street ln I, Anltaloi, f 1 Plrhoftulorf f I aula. I n Fov f 1 Mere -run, r 0 Knnlstra. a. 0 Mirhell. t lhrrr. t A 4 aw-ore by Periods Avon 8 llnnd Slrr"! 4 Kfffree l,ou (lolrlbrig Umpirr I rano 111 ,.t u; i. ; the next period to keep the contest ' " J"" ' , "i second team when the squad is split next week. Jack Russell. 35-ycar- in the "anybody's game'' stage but Ronifh rode wild in the closing chukker to account personally for 1J 3 25 n s in Pele Va lour goals. Army (4) Andrus Desaussure Brown . Sporls Koulls BASKETBALL College Invitation Tourney Long Island V. 49, Seton Hall 26 N. C. A. A. Eastern Consolation Dartmouth (10, North Carolina 59 School for Deaf Tourney Arkansas 42. Pennsylvania 34 Illinois 41. Wisconsin 37 Western V C. A. A. Playoffs Cicighton 4s), Wyoming 44 College Rifle Armv 1.369. St. John's U. 1.320 Princeton (9) No. I .... . Ronifh No. 2 Rose No. 3 . Osniun Score by Periods Princeton 2 2 1 49 Army 2 0 1 14 Goals: Princeton Ronifh 7. Rose 2. Army Desaussure 4 Referee Thomas J. Brady. ratliolieinliritle Taken ly La Salle NEWPORT. R. I. itV) Lasalle academy of New York captured the Eastern States Catholic invitation basketball tournament last night, defeating Central Catholic high of Pittsburgh, 32-27, in the fiual engagement. In the consolation round, De La Salle academy, of Newport, winner old righthanded pitcher who played with half a dozen clubs in both major leagues, was engaged as a batting practice hurler. Temple (Jvninast Wins Championship CAMBRIDGE. Mass. Samuel Fogel, of Temple university, piled up a total of 1.277 points to gain the Eastern Intercollegiate Gymnastic league's all-round championship in yestertlav's individual competition at M. I. T. The only defending champion. Norman Boardman, also of Temple, was injured coming off the high bar. with the result that he wound up in a third-place tie with Roman Pineo. of Penn State, while surrendering his horizontal bar title to George Eberly, of the West Point team. The other victors were Louis Bor- the rating of America's best mer maid. La te Rally Wins For Dartmouth MADISON. Wis. (Pi Dartmouth staved off a desperate late-game rally to turn back a speedy, versatile r. M,,"ii. V " ritory The game was loosely and roughly played. Phil Senekoff, Wildwood ace forward, went out on personal fouls in the first four minutes. Pompton Lakes lost Harold and Robert Magill and Kruse on fouls in the last period. Pompton Lakea (SSI G II. Matill. t 1 Armstrong, t 0 Kruse. f 1 ley was high for the South Enders tion of another dream a state with 11. Roiera Rangera (Ml Williamson, f AppleRate, f Williams, J , Woodward, f Rostra, c Hnlrombc. g Barlow, g , . G S n P Pts. 1 7 P P:s 3 7 Navv Piehes 1 360. U of Md 1.324 of the title last year defeated Joliet. do ,,enn state on tll0 parallc, Mr. College Track 111 1'! ... - James McKinley. Army, on the side fatal Use (SO MrNlrrnev, I Andrews, t i;nV. r 1 B'asloaskl. Bliuminskv. a L BraMoki. Marrtora (I8 PoUeastro. t Newman, f KneKei. e P.aseiirl. g r.oriar.ri, g Fatal rn Warriors Srore h Pel tnria r pis n 8 3 8 I) 8 (1 14 n o i n o i J 14 ! T PH. ' 0 0 0 1 0 8 (1 4 n ; o it 4 S9-S4 O- 18 Wesleyan 78, Connecticut 35 College Polo Princeton 9, Army 4 P. M. C. 19, Cornell 12 v,ii..i ii,.Ls. Pi.vr.fT noise; neiDeri nicnarcison. Army Toronto 5, Boston 3 !" thf roPe cJln,,b: FKPl- "n the fly. Montreal 4. Chicago 3 (second "ng rings and George Szypu a. Tern- North Carolina team, 60 to 59, and win third place in the National Collegiate Athletic association's eastern cage tournament last night before a capacity crowd of 14.000. Dartmouth had all the best of it Cl early in the first half, but North Carolina, varying its attack with accurate long and shot shots, soon demonstrated that it was still in the ball game. The score at halftime was Dartmouth 38, North Carolina 34. Largely responsible for the Caro-linans' great fight was Co-Capt. George Glamack, who besides scoring 31 points, turned in a brilliant game on defense, scooping up rebounds and generally sparking the unflagging attack. Forwards Gus Broberg and George Munroe paced the Dartmouth offensive, each collecting 18 points. With but three minutes remaining. Dartmouth appeared to have a safe margin, leading 58 to 53, hut How- Kirkwood. Whitehead. Pagano, R Wildwood CIS) an. f S-nrkoff Nordb'.om. f Snvcier. f , Jones, c Meara, r .. Lloyd, g G 4 I) 1 1 8 South Endera CIS I 38 Klein, f Hurh?.s, f HeiKht. r Kleva. Hurley, g P Pts n (I 1(1 n 4 2 11 4 8 Srore bv Periods leottars Rangers . .. 2 IS 11 8- Sonth Enders .5 S 8 11- ncferer Beutell. Foster. 1 Phils Mav Lose Martv MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (VP) The Phillies, already hard hit by the loss S!or p loda " ' 39 of their star pitcher. Hugh Mulcahy. Pomoton Lakes"' n 0.-35 learned yesterday that Joe Marty, wildwood is 7 11 -39 27, star outfielder, has been ordered rrre inrows rnissro h. Magm. etruse, j: rt rt i,;. ii unnj i cnHn mcnto, Cal., for physical examination. H, Mtgill. J; Whitehead, 4: Nordbiom. 3; Jones. Meats. 4: Llnyd. 2. Officials Irv Weiss and Frank Plngatore. Lawrenceville Wins WEST POINT. N. Y. (VP) Law-renceville's perennial champions added another Eastern Interscholas tic indoor polo title to their string off, yesterday by humbling Avon Old Farms 8 to 0. REDS OPTION OUTFIELDER The Jersey trio won its fourth championship with his own son at one of the heroes. First Quarter Asbury Park' starting lineup found Jim Coleman and Jack Netcher at forward, Bill Williamson at center and Carney Siciliano and Harry Smock at guard. For Memorial it was Joe Meloss and Tom Povolny at forward. John Masnken j at center and Jack Waddon and Tiny Bocchieri at guard. 2 A spectacular one-hand shot on i the run by Netcher went thru the basket cleanly and gave Asbury Park first blood. Smock drew a foul against Postelny and converted. After Siciliano missed a foul against Meloss. Coleman took a looping pass from Netcher under the basket and put up a crip to give Asbury Park a 5-0 lead. West New Y'ork called time. Conrad replaced Melos for Memorial. Povolny finally broke the tie for West New York with a clean shot from the coffin corner after four minutes of play Konrad made it 5-4 with a set outside the foul circle, but the Blue t hp loss oi Many, wno nas neen bishops came back with three nointa. hitting the ball hard this spring, on Coleman's layup and a foul shoI would further weaken the Phils Rain forced a scheduled game yes terday with Jersey City to be called overtime period) pie, in the tumbling competition. TAMPA. Fla. (VPl Kermit Lewis siraigni mie wnn no trouble against outfie der who led the Eastern fnr turn nnint ard and Glamack found the hoop the smaller, less experienced Con- league in batting last season, was 45 seconds later with Asbury Park ,,. i ucip milieu optioneu to inaianapous oi tne leading iu-7. by Siciliano against BocchierK isetcner touied waddon, whoVon-verted. Coleman was fouled' by Konrad but missed. A shot by Netcher made it 10-5. After Bocchieri missed a foul against Coleman, Mahnken tapped in the ball The period ended Now "Crown Prince Louie NEW YORK. (VPl Bill Lee, the holdout pitcher, is working out with the Boston Red Sox in Florida while the Chicago Cubs fret in California . . The reason Manager Frankie Frlsch of the Pittsburgh Pirates covered up the identity of the player he fined $250 for breaking training was because he is a 1, I . m- voting iainiiv nittn miu nut. uue ui jIM'S Up to iNilllK the playboy's everybody suspected n , ,, , ,, ... When Clark Griffith had a cold nobody could keep him away from the Washington Senators' practice sessions until his daughter. Thel-nia, hid all his trousers. io Competition SAN MATEO, Cal. (Pi Ahead all the way, the Circle S. stable's Hysterical won the one-mile $5,000-added Fashion stakes at Bay Meadows before a crowd of 20.000 yesterday, beating No Competition by a Don't stop us if you've heard this half length. General Manager, the one: red hot favorite, finUhcd third. When Ernie Lombardi arrived at Hysterical, owned by George W the Cincinnati Reds' ramp to end Stra'tton, Los Angeles, and piloted bis long holdout. General Manager skillfully by Jockey Lester Balaski, won hrndily in l .iH. two seconds over Seabisctiit's track record. The winner, coupled with Wise Father as a Ci $8.20, $3.60 and $2 40. No Compet tion returned $.r.6() and $3 20, and General Manager, which shared top weight of 117 pounds with Hysterical, returned $2 40. Belplay and Royal Crusader were scratched. irele S. entry, paid ca!'h,'r'T $2 40. No Competi- , utV ' Warren Giles kidded him. "Well, Ernie, this is the earliest you ever signed a contract." "How come?" grunted the big Athletics Conquer 875,000 Pitcher HOLLYWOOD. Cal. (VPl The Pirates' hope to cash in on their $75,000 investment in Pitcher Johnny Gee suffered a severe letdown as the Pittsburghers bowed 10-1 to the Philadelphia Athletics yesterday. Gee. the "tallest man in baseball." walked four batters in a row in the lirst inning. Eventually he found the plate with a fast ball, but then big Sam Chapman staggered him with a three goals to lead the Lawrence ville scoring. Little Man in a Derby Hat Is Louis9 "Peskiest" Rival three times to put North Carolina ahead by one points. 59 to 58. Center Jim Olsen was fouled a minute later, however, by Bob Rose and dropped both charity tosses thru the net to finish the scoring. Baskethall Coaches Want Game As It Is NEW YORK (VP)-The Eastern DETROIT, (VP) -Ever since he Basketball Coaches association, ,,rst walked down the fistic pike, headed by Val "Dutch" Lenz of Joe Louis' "peskiest" rival has been Army yesterday voted to recom- a ijttle man in , derby wno would mend to the national organization of , ... . cage mentors that the game be left llave troubl even gettlng UP to thfi as is except for the standardization I'-ghtweight limit, and who can only single scoring two runs on of playing implements. The nation- talk a good fieht. top of the run forced in by the four al association meets here Monday up (0 now 0 course Jimmy , , ., , and Tuesday. Johnston hasn't come out from un- lhiee Pi ate pitchers gave up 12 The eas era groups resolution der his iron nat to swap plmches ft, u 1 TP, , PaSSeS' !at .J16 PT'ent b0tl'V reeom- with the heavyweight champion. But the Bucs made four errors. The mend to the rules committee the ,v, ui u- 3 .ui ennflrlpnt V t hlM n (!, .l.nJs.JU,,;,, t k.ll ut,v.j muc a an , uuc .UmUu.s u, ....... v.ii i .-luiiiidi SM uaii. uaLnuudiu American association last night by the Cincinnati Reds. hand, allowed only three hits. Vi . and M. ! mring 1 itlit WILLIAMSBURG, Va. 1VP1 William and Mary won the 1941 South Atlantic fencing championship here yesterday by scoring 4.V- points in the annual tournament. Georgia Tech's fencers placed sec size of court, basket and lighting. Blair Gullion, Cornell coach, told the 4(j mentors present that there had been a general leveling off of style of play thruout the country due to intersections! contests. CHIEFS BUY SHORTSTOP SYRACUSE. N. Y. (VP) Clarence M. Schindler, president of the Svra- hee- mean in the morning,' hawed Giles. It was 8 a m. Wes Ferrell may stick with the Boston Bees as a coach if he doesn't make the grade pitching ... He has been working hard with Casey Sten- "CROWS PRINCE LOUIE" gels green kids . . . Harmon Shu-fro. the young hurler Hugh Mul-cahv lecomniended to the Phillies, iSee NF.WSOM Page fi ond with 33 points and third place cuse chiefs, International baseball JaC0D5 10 make We'I ,V?,the Vn''ty of Kentucky ien(,ue club announced last night 16 ln New Vork-with 30' a points in the two-day com- that thp Cniefs nad pUrchased the So amazing wa a couple of fellows to change them rrom just ordinary fighters into rip-snorting terrors when they spot Joe. These two Bob Pastor earlier and huge Abe Simon Friday night-have lasted a total of 34 rounds with the bomber in three fights. Last night Simon gave Joe enough head aches before being stopped in 13 rounds to cause Promoter Mike rematch for May Second Quarter Memorial caught Asbury Park off guard with a fast break as the second quarter started, and Bocchierl took a long pass for a crip. After Netcher registered again with a two-hand jump shot in front of the basket, Meloss returned to the eama jfor West New York, replacing Kon- ran. Smock widened Asbury Park'i margin to 14-9 by scoring on a cut after a neat pass from Coleman. Memorial narrowed the gap to 14-13 (See STATE TOURNEY Page 9) JIMMY JOHNSTON peuiion u ner scoring squaus were contract of Woodrow W. Williams, Johns Hopkins. 29; North Carolina, shortstop, from the Cincinnati Reds. 28; Norfolk division of W. and M., - - 25: Virginia Military institute. 22. Virginia Military institute. and Washington and Lee. 11. American Hockey League Playofft Cleveland 4. Providence 2 Louis to determine the little man's as the showing of treatment. Simon, who didn't figure to go more Abe had nothing except a big chest than three rounds in anybody's book, full of heart and a left hand that that one wag suggested Johnston's did La Conga on Joe's face most fighters be given a saliva test in of the evening. Altho floored four the future alter each trip out against iSee LITTLE MAN Page 9) Use Our mm For Your NEW SPRING SUIT OR TOPCOAT BOB & IRVING AGENT TOM ADAM BATS ITS Main St. A. hurt rark Open Ftentnra Till

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