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THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 3. 1947 Nation's Unbeaten Teams Risk Perfect Marks Today NEW YORK, Nov. 7 (AP). While the football spotlight tomorrow is focused on South Bend, Ind., scene of United States Military Academy' climatic struggle with undefeated University of Notre Dame other unbeaten squads, among them University of Michigan, head into the home stretch in bids for sectional championship consideration. Michigan is paired wth University of Indiana and reigns a 20-point favorite. The teams meet at Ann Harbor Moravian Trips PMC Eleven, 13-0 B ETTHIJEH EM , Pa.. Nov. 7. Moravian College's football team closed its season with a 13-0 victory over Pennsylvania Military College tonight thus earning an even break In its eight-game schedule. Lou Molnar, converted from a back to a center, was the Greyhounds' .ar. He scored the first touchdown by recovering Tony Caia's fumble in the end zone early in the first quarter. Molnar recovered another lum-early in the fourth quarter on his o-n two-yard line to end PMC's best threat and soonafter intercepted Caia's pass to start Mora vian on the march to its second score. ' Frank Weaver spearheaded a fine mixture of running plays and then whipped a pass to George Fritch-man, who was downed on the two, from where Carl Spadt, substitute back, bulled over for the touch down, j M.rsv.STl Pr,s. PMC j f-orrh I F Ditnurlll J!ar:j L T. Kocains I ."- L G. Micoccl 1 V-.'r.ar C Abood rvM cr- R G Sophy I.rc-cser R T. Covach V'-- - P F. Pot. V9vr OB Fluids Tr-.trnmin 1 HB. Caia r-,l; R KB. Citv r FB Boley ' M vir - 7 O n 3 I pv n n n n. n 1 MORAVIAN SCRINO Tourhdowne Mnl- J S:'?: f':br:-yp. Fo;nt aJ'er touchdown! F-in C M'irr:. nclerec Thnmns rrrr-i John O Sanger. Llne.man : .r. Thrc Field .Judge Ed srd Tni-'-r-.s. Cere Hoppe Wins 2 Blocks, Boosts Lead on Rubin BOSTON". Nov. 7 AP). Willie Kpp?. 60-year-old three-cushion billiard titiist from White Plains, N. Y.. tonight lengthened his lead over challenger Art Rubin, Brooklyn, by winning the final two Boston blocks cf their 140O point championship match. Kopp who won his first billiard championship in 1905. won the afternoon block. 50-42. in 57 innines, and tnok the evening match, 50-32. In 46 inning 5. The tTn victories enabled the t;tl: to Irari Rubin. 1200 points to 40. They w ill conclude their match In Penh Amboy. N. J., where blocks will be played tomorrow and Sunday. "Ph.la.'t Smorreir Hen's Srore" NOW LOCATED AT 1332 WALNUT ST. TONIGHT AT 8:30 American League Fhiladclpkia ROCKETS Providence & ' & .... . . . .. KtU) Frt tkoiing afttr fht gam G--o! Ad-rtission 65c Reserved Seats $1 30. $1.95. 52 60 Seats en Sola at Gtmbels. Central City Ticket Offitt and J 45th & MARKET in AJU land a sellout crowd of 88,000 plus is assured. Two unbeaten teams risk perfect records on Franklin Field. Philadelphia, when University of Virginia and University ef Pennsylvania collide, while another game in the Quaker City finds Pennsylvania State College East's other unbeaten major team facing Temple University. The Nittany Lions, likely candidate for bowl consideration are 26 point choices. FAVOR GEORGIA TECH Of all the big fellows, Georgia Tech seems to have the biggest problem to keep from being slapped down by U. S. Naval Academy. The Yellow Jackets are favored by T.t points. Baltimore's Municipal Stadium anticipates 40.000 for this one. . Southern Methodist, which has taken over the role of Southwest Conference favorite from Rice and Texas, pits its Doak Walker against the Texas Aggies at College Station and some 35,000 fans are expected as the Methodists shoot for victory No. 7. ' Southern California, the only other major unbeaten team in the Nation and currently leading in the campaign for the West Coast Conference bid to the Rose Bowl, meets staggering Stanford and the Trojans figure to win going away. Other outstanding games by sections: EAST Wake Forest t Boston College. Brown at Yale. Coigate at Holy Cross. Princeton at Harvard, Kentucky at Went Virginia. "Rutgers at Lafayette, Maryland at Duquesne and Dartmouth at Columbia. MIDWEST Western Michigan State at n-ItnoiH. Iowa at Wisconsin, Purdue at Minnesota, Northwestern at Ohio Slate. Vtllsnova st Marquette, Santa Clara at Michigan Ftate. Kansas at Nebraska. lowst State at Drake, Miami (Ha.) at Cincinnati. Tulsa at Oklahoma A Ai M . Wichita, at 8t. Louis. Oklahoma at Kansas Mate. HOUTH Auburn va. Mississippi Blare "at Birmingham. (leorgla at Florida, Mississippi at Tennessee, Tennessee Tech at Vanderbllt, t'lemson at Purman, Davison at Richmond, Missouri at Duke. North Carolina at North Carolina State. V. M. I. at William Ac Mary, Washington and Lee at Virginia Tech. SOUTHWEST Arkansas at Rice. Baylor at Texas. Arizona at Texas Tech. FAR WEST Washington at California. O. C. L. A. at Oregon state. Oregon at Washington State. San Jose State at Brigham Young. Colorado at Utah State. Colorado A. At M. at Utah, Wyoming at Denver. Baldwin School, Springside Win Springside School, Mater Miseri-cordiae Academy and Baldwin School won girls' hockey games yesterday. Springfield (Montco) and Lansdale High Schools tied, 1-1. Springside won its third straight, defeating Shipley. 6-1, at Bryn Mawr. Audrey Von Clemm, with three goals; Anne Haddock with two and Jolly Walton counted for the victors as Polly Myers scored for Shipley. Geraldine Hurley tallied both goals for Mater MLsericordiae which won its second, tripping Ravenhill, 2-1, at 3430 School Lane. Dotty Langdon tallied for Ravenhill which had won its other game. Doris Hurley, Geraldine's sister, scored as the second teams tied, 1-1. Barbara Wildman and Peggy Pendergrass, with two each, paced Baldwin to a 7-1 victory over Friends Central at Bryn Mawr. Shirley O'Sullivan, Jane Lemmon and sub Midge Goff also scored for Baldwin as Marianne Colville got Friends Central's score. Kay Straub's tally gave Springfield its second tie as against a victory and two lasses.' Miss Cox posted Lansdale's goal. Mosconi, Caras Divide, Champion Retains Lead PERTH AMBOY. N. J., Nov. 7 (UP). Champion Willie Mosconi, Kansas City, Mo., and Challenger Jimmy Caras, Upper Darby, Pa., meeting in a challenge series for the World's pocket billiard championship, each won one block today but Mosconi remained far ahead in the overall score. Mosconi won the afternoon block, 125-44 in 12 innings, getting a high run of 75 to Caras' 23. The challenger took the evening block. 143- ; 125 in 10 innings, with a high run of 41 to 33. After 26 blocks, Mosconi leads 3250-1982. Swallow Bowlers Win, Rose Scores Record 260 Ben Rose, Swallow Studio bowling team, set a high game record of 260, in his 643 total In the 2-1 victory over Pescatore Dental Lab in the Quaker City Majors last night. Double victories marked the contests. S-K Oil Burners, the leaders, defeated Fortino's Bakery; E. Sc H. Coal won from Arnold Orsatti; Salerno Cafe downed Guadio Brothers, and Bob's Uniforms trimmed Ace Woodworking. STANDINGS W L S-K Oil 21 6 Ace's Orsatti 19 n Gsudio W. 11 1 1 1 1 11 8 19 15 14 13 Swallow Salerno Peseatora 12 Bob s tin ai 1.1 F-H Coal 14 Porttno's Detroit Winner, 38-6, Over Favored Nevada DETROIT, Nov. 7 (AP). The University of Detroit smothered favored University of Nevada, 38-6 tonight before 15,348 chilled fans. The Titans hammered the big Nevada line for 397 yards rushing and completed four passes for 104 yards to hand them their second defeat in eight games and crack a five-game winning streak. It was Detroit's fifth victory in eight starts. Olympic Squad Picked STOCKHOLM, Nov. 6 ( AP). The Swedish Athletic Association tonight selected 95 athletes as "pos sibles" for the London summer Olympics next year. Fifty-five are runners, and seven of these are 1500-meter specialists. BAD SKIN PIMPLES Here' new way to help rid yourgelt ot torturous itching pimples, eczema, scales, scabies, acne, blotches and blemishes ot external nature. Your money back it pure MEDREX OINTMENT fails to Ktva you quick cooling; relief from Itching. MEDREX OINTMENT is blended scientifically from eitht tested Ingredients to help vou. Re sure .nc) pet a lax of eenume f'eh colored srrewless MEDREX OINTMENT today. N. Catholic Holds X-Country Title North Catholic High retained its Catholic League cross-country championship yesterday although it stood third in the pre-race ratings. The individual title went to the favorite, William McNichol. Roman Catholic High, who covered the 2 3-10 miles in Fairmount Park near 33d and Dauphin sts. in 12:20.2, the season's best clocking. The Falcons retained the team title by scoring 33 points to Roman Catholic's 55. St. James High, Ches ter, finished third with 58 points. Next were West Catholic, LaSalie, St. Thomas More and South Cath olic. Roman Catholic, winner of all its league meets, was the favorite North Catholic, coached by Father Joseph Cutler, retired the K. of C. Chapter Trophy from competition as it had established prior legs in 1944 and 1946. North Catholic will defend its city title against Central High next Wednesday over the same course. The Junior Varsity championship also was won by North Catholic with 16 points as it took five of the first six places. Lawrence St. Clair, also of the Falcons, won the individual title in 13:45.2. He was followed by Frank Ciocca, Milt Donaghy and Joe McGulen, his teammates. St. James finished runner-up with 52 points and was trailed by West Catholic, Roman Catholic, St. Thomas More and South Catholic. VARS1TT CHAMPIONSHIP 1. William McNichol. Roman: 2. Bob Schwartz. St. James; 3. Charles O'Neil. North: 4. William Quality, LaSalie: 5. Tom Higgin-botham. North: 6. Tom McKenzie. North; 7. Jim Hulings, Sc. James: 8. Jim Diet. North; 9. Joe Owens, Roman; 10. Joe McConigie. St. James: 11. Bill Hettel, North; 12, John Bond. Roman: 13. Joe Boyle. South: 14. Ed McMena-min. Roman: 15, Joe Scan If n. West; 16. Al Brewster. St Thomas More; 17, Ralph Carrelli, South: 18. B Dugan. St. James: 19. John Brad-in. Roman: 20, Joe Martin, West: 21. Walt Smldt. North: 22. John Flanagan, fit. James: 2:. John Trainor. LaSalie: 24. Frank Brokson. West: 2.V Jim Frateis. North: 28. Joe Walsh. Rt. Thomas More: 27, Joe Oaffney. St Thomas More: 28 W. Sullivan. St. James: 29. Robert Cameron. North: 31. Paul Anderson. West; 32. Bill O'Halloran. West: 33, Matt McVey. North: 34. R. Weathers, fit. James: 35. Joe Cannon. West; 3. nick O'Flynn. West; 37, J. I.uttrel. West; 38. Bernard Beler. LaSalie; 39. Ed Ket. terlinus. St. Thomas Moie; 4(). John Morris, St. Thomas Moie; 41. Frank Mannlon, West; 42, Ronald Davis. Roman; 43. E. Field. West; 44. J. Waldron. 8t. James; 45, Joe Banker, South: 4S T. Meehan. Roman; 47, T. Gill. St. James; 48. Bob Pandoil. West: 49, John Smith. North; 50. Jim McCullough South: SI. H. O'Conner Roman: 52. Paul McCloskey. West; 53. Tom Collaiezzi, St. Thomas More: 54, J. Hagan, Roman: 55. Joe Frisker. LaSalie: 56. John Haughey St. Thomas More: 57. E. Smith, Roman; 58. Dick Brown. South; 59. Bill Boyle. South: 60. Ed Oroody. LaSalie. Time: 12:20.2. TEAM SCORING: 1. North, 33: 2, Roman, 55: 3. St. James. 58: 4. West. Ill; 5. LaSalie. 122; 6. St. Thomas More. 124; 7. South. 127. JUNIOR VARSITY CHAMPIONSHIP ' 1. Lawrence St. Clair. North; 2. Frank Cloe-ea. North: 3. Milt Donaghy. North: 4. Joe Me-Oillen. North: 5. Conrad Kershner. West: . John Bukowski, North: 7. Paul Grant. West: 8. Bill Galbraith. St. James: 9. J. Guhowski. North; in. Frank Smith. SC. James; 11. Joe Grant, St. James; 12. Dick McGonigle. St. .James: 13. W. Clancy. Roman: 14. Vine Mor. ris. St. Thomas Mor 15. J. Gullday. St. Thomas More. Time: 13:45.2. TEAM SCORING: 1. North. IS: 2. St. .lames. 52: 3, West. 70: 4. Roman, 88. 5. St. Thomas More. 101; 6. South. 137. Stymie to Winter For Rest of Year NEW YORK, Nov. J (AP). Mrs. Ethel D. Jacobs' Stymie, world money-winning champion with earnings of $816,060, will race no more this year. Stymie, claimed by Trainpr Hirsch Jacobs as a two-year-old for $1500, has been bothered oft and on with foot tenderness and during some of his more recent training had seemed sour. Jacobs will send the six-year-old horse to Jack Skinner's farm in Mid-dleburg, Va., early next week to winter there as he has in recent years. Stymie has raced 115 times and won 31 times, with 29 seconds and 24 thirds. Warren Wright's Armed, also retired for the year, is closest to Stymie in earnings with $761,500. Bisons Down Lions, 6-2, Tie for Western Lead WASHINGTON, Nnv. 7 (UP). Buffalo Bisons moved back into a tie with Pittsburgh for the Western Division lead in the American Hockey League tonight when they swamped the undermanned Washington Lions, 6-2. It was the Lions fifth consecutive defeat. The Bisons gained a 4-0 lead in the second period before the Lions tallied. Washington scored one in the second minute of the final canto and then Buffalo wrapped up the game with two quick scores. Rockets Beat Baltimore After Failing 10 Times CHICAGO, Nov. 7 AP). The Chicago Rockets won their first victory in 11 attempts this year in the All America Football Conference when they upset the Baltimore Colts 27-21 before 5395 in Soldier Field tonight. Sanford Takes Title WILMINGTON, Del., Nov. 7. Sanford Prep School won the Inter-Academic Conference championship today by conquering Baltimore Friends, 27-0. Sanford Tom. Baltimore Krauss LI Dest Hoy l ' L.T. Dais Wilson LQ. Becht Lewis C. Kern Pureell R. a. Taylor Ostium R.T. Yates S. Bendernagl R . Klein Hume QB Blx H uber L.HB. Collum Oboryshko R HB. Srhnepse Sturgis FB. reaeocg Baltimore O o Sanford 7 7 727 SANFORO SOOBINO: Touchdowns Ruber. 2. Oboryshko 2. Extra points Sturgis 3 ( place- kicks ). Sire Winning Juveniles MIAMI, Nov. 7. uwo Hiaiean major stakes winners Bull Lea and Requestetl are among the leading sires of juveniles for 1946. Bull Lea, winner of the 1939 Widener, is first. Requested 1942 Flamingo champion is third on the list. eiii sjjp aP jjr e TEMPLE vs. PENN STATE WIBG today 1:45 PENH vs. VIRGINIA WCAU today 1:45 Televised ovr WPTZ by CLAUDE HARINO HARVARD vs. PRItlCETOn WOR today 1 :45 immm r. - , i A . 1 WILLIAM McNICHOL Roman Catholic High harrier striding home to the Catholic League individual cross-country championship yesterday in 12:20.2, fastest schoolboy time of the season for the 2 ,-10-mile course in Fairmount Park. U. Darby Defeats Cheltenham Striking In the air and on the ground. Upper Darby High's football team pushed across a pair of touchdowns to shut out, Cheltenham High. 13-0. in a Suburban Big Six game yesterday at School lane and Lans-downe ave. It was the Royals' third triumph in five league games and Cheltenham's first setback in three circuit clashes. Halfback Bill Padula's 38-yard runback of Charlie Alexander's punt to the Cheltenham 17 initiated Upper Darby's opening touchdown drive. Four plays later, at the start of the second quarter. Padula took a lateral from Quarterback Jack Robinson on the seven and raced across. Eary in the third period Ken Jackson heaved a five-yard touchdown pass to End Charlie Howensten to cap a 44-yard, five-play march. At School lane and Lansdosrsia aya. Cheltenham Shadle Mettison Bayuk MacVaugh Morel and Baines Alexander Messina Walts Abrams Trinlett Cheltenham Unner Darby Pos. Upper Darby LI. Howenstao L.T. Waters L O. Dougherty C. V Higgins R a. Cidell R T. T. Moor R E. Pair QB Robinson L.HB Padula R HB. W. Moors EB. Jsckson 0 ) 0 0 0 n 7 0 13 UPPER DARBY SCORINC?- Touchdowns Padula. Howensten. Extra, Pomts W. Moore (placement). CHELTENHAM SUBSTITUTES: Fnd Charamburo: guards MeWulty: backs -Whita. Hyde. UPPER DARBY SUBSTITUTES: Ends Jobson. Brown: tackles Waltman. Webb: guards Rhodes. Kates: backs Clark. Bevan. Evans. Wilkinson. Brown, Windle. St. Patrick's Triumphs Over Bok Vocational Al Smith bucked for two touchdowns in pacing St. Patrick's High School to a 13-6 football victory over Bok Vocational School at 26th & Mifflin sts.. yesterday. stt. Patrick's Pos. Bok Templeton L.K. Moronsky Marshall IT. Rldllfo Barrle l.fl. Mastando King C. DtCtecn Hartenid d. Plt OHIespie R T. List Lebb . Holmes Smith QB Cherry Thump L.HB. Maat Brenner R HB. Danelmch Nadonnl FB. Staunch St. Patrick's High T 6 13 Bok Tech 0 S O O 6 ST. PATRICK'S SCORING: Touchdowns Smith 2 Extra point Labb. BOK SCORING: Touchdown Danelmch. Lower Merion Booters Beat Abington, 3-1 Lower Merion High School scored three goals in the third period to defeat Abington. 3-1. in their Suburban Conference soccer game at Abington yesterday. lower Merlon Pos. O R FB. I. FB n hb. CUB. L.HB. 0 R. II CP. 1 L. O V 0 Abington Orssa Barrett Lane Prick c.ernet Washosky Dunlap Muller Finney Smith Pratt Thomas .lames Uts Pritrhie Candelorw Kohler Walters Cooper Michael smith Westover Lower Merion - Abington OOALS: Lower 1 0 1 Cooper. Merion Clark. Michaels. Abington Dunlap. Hu rfs Hm picy-by-play H.ir SAAM srtacrriM Hm pUy-kf -pity Hair Coinit Dmmob. .sri-t tlM pJiy-by-aJiy X-Country Title To Upper Darby Dick Williams. Upper Darby, won the 11th annual Suburban High Schools and District One P1AA cross-country championship run yes terday as he led the Royals to the team title In a 16-school field over the 2'a-mile course at Cobbs Creek. Williams, fourth at the halfway mark, moved ahead with about three-quarters of a mile to go and triumphed In 13:12.04 by five yards over Ambler's Orover Durham, the early pace-maker. Third, less than a yard back, was Haverford's Ed Long, unbeaten this season in seven meets. Upper Darby captured flrst, eighth. 10th. 12th and 13th places to finish with 44 points, half as many as Haverford's runner-up team. Lower Merion was third with 131, while Norristown, defending champion, was fourth with 132. The Royals also carried off individual and team honors in the junior varsity. Upper Darby's David Den-yer won in 14:21.03, beating out his teammate. Nevin Schopf. The Royals scored 19 points; Norristown had 47 and Haverford was third with 96. The firs4 26 of the 115 varsity runners who finished qualify for the State finals at Penn State College Nov. 15. VAB8ITT KCN 1. Dick Williams. Upper Darby: a. Orover Durham, Ambler; 3. Edward Long. Hayer-ford: 4. John Catanese. Coatesville: S, Philip Durnell. West Chester: 8. Oeorge Hall. Lower Merlon: 7. Peter Knspp. Lower Merlon: 8. Lloyd Dommel. Upper Darby. S. Donald Wheeler. Ridley Park: 10. William A r mold. Upper Darby: 11. Gordon Plnley. Haverford: 12. Douglas Duncan. Upper Darby: 13. Lloyd Armor. Upper Darby; 14. Raymond Fedele. Ambler; IS, Edward Walden, Ridley Park; 16, Norman Chew. Lower Merion: 17. Doug-laa Johnston. Haverford; 18. Laverne Russell. Coatesville: 19, Welter Johnson. West Chester: 20. Larry Wolle, Haverford: 21, Carl Blattner. Norristown: 22. Rus Fries. Potts- town; 23. John Stlneman. Upper Darby: 24. Craig Ream, Abington: 25. Gene Catagnus. Norristown: 26 David Kaiser, Abington. Time: 13 12 4. Team ficorea 1, Upper Darby. 44: 2. Haverford. 88: 3. Loser Merlon. 131: 4. Norristown. 132 S. Coatesville. IKS: . West Chester. 178; 7. Abington. 200: 8 l.sns- dale. 223; 0. Ambler. 244; in. Ridley Park. 273: 11. Ridley Township. 2.V 13. Potts- town, 380; 14. Chester. 40:i; 1 V Quaker-town, 44A; IS, Springfield tMontgomety Co. 1, 4 SO. ircosn team 1. David Denver. Upper Darby: 2. Nevin Schopf. Upper Darby: 3. John JeRers. Nor ristown; 4, Harry Hart. Upper Darby; o. John Sarlkianos. Upper Darby: 8. Bob Wagner. Norristown; 7. Fred Bigonv. Upper Darby: 8. Haverford: 10. James Hamill. Coatesville; Joseph Bond. Norristown: 9. Fred Lawall. Haverford: 10. James Hamill. coatesville; 11, Warren Danley. Haverford: 12, .lames Wyatt. Lansdale: 13. John Sutch. Norris town: 14. Michael Castagliola, Upper Darby: 15. Thomas Readlin, Coatesville: IS. Floyd Meredith. Coatesville: 17. Jchn Connelly. Norristown: 18, Robert Lutr.. Lansdale: IS, Oeorge Davis. Abington: 20. Terry Spahr. Media: 21. Howard Moore. Upper Derby. 22. Edward Corbln. Haverford: 23. Walter Me- Clure. Norristown. 24. John Lsraoee. Haver-nerh Orosse. Lansdale. Time' 14:21 3. ford. 25. John Craig West Chesterr 2. Ken-Team Scores 1. Upper Derby, 19: 2. Norristown. 47: 3. Hsverford. 9: 4. Lansdale. 123: 5. Coatesville, 124; S. Abington. 178; 7, Media. 193. Chicago Bears' Halas Mousetraps Scalpers CHICAGO, Nov. 7 (UP). George Halas, owner-coach of the Chicago Bears pro football team, struck a blow at scalpers of tickets for the sellout Bears-Green Bay Packers tomorrow by having agents buy back all available tickets, it was reported. The report stated that Halas men paid up to $J5 for tickets and recovered 60 percent of the resold ducats at a loss of some $4000. It was presumed that the tickets would be sold at. regular prices of $3.60 tops at Wrigley Field. The name of each purchaser also can be traced by the Bears' office to guard against future reselling to scalpers. Oma 'Not Involved' In Threat to Chaney MILWAUKEE. Nov. 7 AP Frank Fawcett, chairman of the Wisconsin State Athletic Commission, said last night that Lee Oma, Detroit heavyweight boxer, "was in no way implicated' in the reported case of an attempt to intimidate Colion Chaney, of Indianapolis, prior to their bout here last week Fawcett earlier disclosed the commission had been told by Chaney's manager that a stranger had approached the fighter and informed him "something would happen to him" if he did not lose to Oma. Chaney won the fight. Myers Gets 4-Yr. Pact At Boston College NEWTON, Mass.. Nov. 7 (UP). Head Football Coach Denny Myers of Boston College signed a new four-year contract today. The contract came as a birthday presents since he will be 42 next Monday. Myers' salary was not announced, but it is believed he will receive $12,000 annually. Kxcept for three years' service as a lieutenant commander in the IT. S. Navy during he Second World War, Myers has been at Breton College since 1941. George School Wins Will Wea nc and Ruse UTsimsrl tallied goals in the first half to give George School a 2-0 soccer victory over Frankfqrd High School yester day in their game at George School Prankford High Pos. Oeorge School Bolleau a Brown Bennefer B PB. Yestmin Krautar L PB. ttammersteln Richmond K HB. Plummee Schivo CHB Clark LaakowsM L.HB. Humphrey McKay O R. Stephens Dldrlcksoa 1 R Weimsr Rodgere C P. Weaner Herrmann 1 L. Rerr Costal lo O L. Wllltnori Prank-ford Big O Oeorge Behnefl 9 O 3 Ooals: Oeorge Bewool- -Waner. Weimar. Bef- - Burns. iu Genns nczqc:3(i Oamo Today H3P3H . . . BSD courf.y PGTnoi Bryn Athyn Halts Malvern's 77-Gome Winning Streak Once-beaten Bryn Athyn Academy halted Malvern Prep'i football victory streak at 11 with a third-quarter rally which netted a 19-13 victory yesterday at Bryn Athyn. Undefeated last year, Malvern had won four this season. Dean Smith caught two touchdown passes, set up the third score by catching an aerial on the one, and plunged for the extra ymin.. m oij-ii t,uyn avrngeu m Swarihmore, Hopkins Rivals Swarthmor College's Injury-ridden football team will be the underdog when It attempts to extend Its three-game winning streak against Johns Hopkins University In their 31st game today at 2 P. M. on Alumni Field. Swarthmore. The Little Quakers hold a heavy advantage in the traditional meeting, having won 25 games and tied two. However, Johns Hopkins has won its la.st four games and will be gunning for revenge for last year's 6-0 upset. Swarthmore Coach Lew Klverson is confronted with an 11-man Injury list and a dearth of reserve strength. Ends Gordon Mochel, Bob Amussen and Jim Kirkoff are hampered with leg injuries, leaving Dick Raymond, 200-pound sophomore, and Tom Vilushis, 190-pound senior, to carry the brunt of the work. The backfield duo of Warren Higgins, glue-fingered pass-receiver. and Ray Posel. both of whom were severely bruised last week, will see limited action. Johns Hopkins Hsnsen Nichols Moses Hirsch Pos. Swarthmore L E. Vlluahla L T. Oreenstein LG. Oorjanc C. Dickinson R O Albertson R T. Work R E. Raymond SB F.srev L HB Hlgglns R HB. Posel FB Crver irkomskl Temple Head Elchner Bunting Mitchell Miller Miliums Koerber Keigler Rrfetee Ren linesman Tom Wilkinson. Umnlre F.H Rurke leh'th lumbla. Field Judge John Kevllle. Jr.. Co- Ambler Wins 25th As Qualcertown, Hatboro Triumph LANSDALE, Pa.. Nov. 7. Ambler. Hatboro and Quakertown scored Bux-Mont Scholastic Conference football victories tonight. Ambler walloped Upper Moreland, 38-0: the Hatters topped Jenkintown. 18-12, and the Quakers nosed out Doyles-town. 13-12. By blanking the Morelanders. Ambler turned in its 25th straight victory. Speedy Earl Mundell scored five Ambler touchdowns to boost his total points for the season to 136. a Bux-Mont scoring record. Mundell's longest run was for 89 yards. Tom Rhodes tallied the sixth touchdown. Hatboro scored in each of the first three periods against Jenkintown. Joe Gero and Bill Edmiston tallied for Hatboro, while Earl Nichols and Nick DiValentino scored for the Drakes In the final quarter. Paul Thomas scored Quakertown s two six-pointers over Doylestown. Porky McNair's conversion after the second touchdown was the margin of victory. Bruce Tenley and Bob Highton tallied for Doylestown. Warriors Drop Three Players The Philadelphia Warriors left last night on a two-game trip that Is expected to put them In trim for their Basketball Association of America opener with Providence Steamrollers at the Arena Thursday. The Warriors play the Rochester Royals, champions of the National League. In a return game at Rochester tonight, and on the way home will stop off at Wilkes-Barre. for a Rame Tuesday night with Ed White's American League passers. Manager Eddie Gottlieb' revealed he had pared his squad to 10 players. Ed Lyons and Red Baldwin are slated to Join the Sphas to gain more experience and Fred Sheffield has been sent to Lancaster. Fain Undergoes Knee Operation Ferris Fain, Philadelphia Athletics' first baseman who underwent a Ttnee operation at Graduate Hospital Tuesday, Is expected to be released shortly and will return to his home on the West Coast. A floating cartilage, which bothered the A's infielder last season, was removed and Ferris believes this will enable him to play his best next year. Nether-Providence Trips Upper Chichester, 20-0 Nether-Providence High School's football team scored its fifth triumph of the season, defeating Upper Chichester High School, 20-0, last night at Sun Oil A. A. Field, Feltonville. It was the Eagles' fourth loss in eight games. Upper Chtehealer Nether-Providence Lake Reed Clark Bonavil Welts Fad in Pureell MaePhersoa Farner Oberg Walkiett Upper Chicheslec L B. Hays L.T. Johnson L O. Lindsay ! C Pascals R ti. Opeudafcer R T. Bowers R I. Paimeles QB R Hmlth L.HB. Ketrirk R HB. Oummel PB. Prmity 0 o n - - 7 n 7 av 20 NeTher-Provtden NgTHrP-PBOVIDFNCr SCORlNri Touch downs Oummel. 3: Prouty. Futra points Prouty (placements). conponnnon V ft aA-virV aw- II oniy seiDack last season and won its fifth in six. Jack Monachan and Jack McHugh scored In the second quarter to give Malvern a 13-12 halftime lead. Smith took a six-yard pass from Dan Pendleton for Bryn Athyn's first period score. A Malvern fumble on the losers' 28 opened the way. The pint-sized halfback gathered In Mark Bostoek's 23-yard aerial on the Malvern 20 and went the rest of the way for a second quarter touchdown., MONAGIIAN STARS Malvern fought back with a 70-yard pass play for one touchdown and a one-yard plunge for its second. Monaghan tossed 25 yards to McHugh who scooted the remaining 45 yards to score. The same combine ate up 50 yards down to the Bryn-Athyn 15 in the second drive. After Tom Dentino picked Up 10 and a Monaghan - to - Dave Duffy pass was good for four, Monaghan tallied. Monaghan aerialed to McHugh for the extra point. Another Malvern fumble on Its 30 led to the winning touchdown, Bostoek's 29-yard pass to Smith putting the ball on the one. Paul Asplundh plowed over and Smith, on a fake pass play, rounded end for the point. Malvern Frew Pos. Bryn Athyn Acad. Brady L K Act on Oubenskl Nolan Cauikina Hoban Herkina OuMy Powers Monaghaa McHugh Dentino Malvern Prep L.T. LQ C. r a. R T. R S QB L HB. R HB. FB. n Vlnet Junge . Asplundh Blair ynnestvedt Childs Pendleton Smith Bostork F Asplundh 12 0 n 13 7 O 19 Brvn Alhvn Academy MALVERN PRFP BCOR1NO: Touchdown. McHugh Monsghsn F.stra point McHugh peas. BRYN ATHYN BCOR1NO: Touchdowns Rmith a. P. Asplundh. Estra point Bmith run. Named Wrestling Coach LEWISBURG. Pa.. Nov. 7 CAP) . Herbert H. Maack. former Columbia University football captain, today was named wrestling coach at Buck-nell University. School & College Directory The echo-Is s colleges listed here will gladly sen! yew eteteilew inlermof iee vsten reetwesr ACADEMIC PREPARATORY BROWN' PRPP Ki'HiMM.. Kmih h-ch aclinnl. v. eve. 11.1 Spruce XL. KI l.l. OI.V s'Ol.l.rrfiK I'KI- r M HOtll. ;o3 M Soils St. rnn Htfh tMienl la Im Ttsse thrntith ilirillfM lnlnwttm Phnns Ml l llll S.ns lor JMh snn'isl alstngiie. ACCOUNTING rr.lKCR ( MIHII, OF RI'KINr-.Rt l M IN IsiTK .TU . 1 1 Pin Sl. AERONAUTICAL TRAINING RISING BCM M Htllll. OK ALRIIV4I Cinvl. at et a Anirvd. AlrrraM AIR-CONDITIONING A REFRIGERATION C. . BILL OP RIGHTS rHtl.A. TK HVU tl, INstTITliTf.. IN'. 1WI Wnlnitt St. PP. 5-7T44 APTITUDE TESTING I'OMI.INSiON I'QI'Nsr.l.MtK". ISIJ Market Ml. Phllsi.'e Oloest AVIATION MECHANIC SCHOOL Sella her Behool of Aeronautics, I' A A Approved. nTJIS Hare! Ave. BARBER SCHOOL NATIONAL RARRKR SCHOOL V. I. Approved. 9M Chestnut St. PT. 5-473S 1T Mggtg CTHfloL. lls A Me 111 gun vim St. Ofttre II 'hln.it St. WA Mill BEAUTY ugene hfnl ,f Remity Culture. Vt. spn l.'IRr INWTITI TK OF Ri tl TOUKI M tRINK.I.Ut M00F KMF ILA SCMB0L BICYCLE i:N So loth JllsrTH I.AI'I.KTT BRICKLAYING PIIH IHIIllllf Hr.aaai gr lasnis. Vet BUSINESS AND SECRETARIAL Hit. RO'I M.HO'R SI Moot.. Rap'd eomiikie nsirse. ! nr .e " Chest n. it l -ts1 , CARVER N Hillll.Or BLKl.NFSH. Veteran Appioverl. 'J.T14 N Broad. R A 4-44A4 PAI.Mr.R SCHOOL,. Hinarl anrl .Iffferson Sts. ST I-.TQ PKIRCK WHOOL OF Sl'IN s AIIMIMTR Al ION. 1420 Pine St. PE S-2100 HIIA. SCHOOL F OfFICE TRAINING. Ir A Me. t'lses. 1714 Wslnut St PC -tM PKNNA. HI'S. SCHOOL, fhort lisnd. Typing. IHspt A. Knglish t'OS ft iOig Ht 1.0 T-4.120 PHILADELPHIA SLCItl'.TAKIAL M HtH)l ly A re 1?t Wslnut St. 1.0 T4S0 PHI LA TM HMCAI. INNTITt'TK. IX:. OvIM. 13JO Walnut St PK 5-2744 SMAll BUSINESt IttSllTUtt. IMy A Kts Cissies. N W Cor Hrmut A tXttmhla T I JMI Wa rss Bsitaess laUllsts. Pit A e I'ls-se. V.i Anp nll w fnlueih.s I'hils. 1 ST tW CANDY MAKING d CHOCOLATE COATING lllf HIT tCMaill r CaNAV MAKINC 'iprrt ItKtnirtinn ell ee srhnel. If I nir.M t till CREATIVE ROTF.I.HO'B St HOU. rirt'ne snd DR. DAY SCHOOL THK M A KIKTTA DAV SCHOOL. 2 ft VIS 4'KK) WvnnefleHl Ave TR J-KW RITTF-N HorF. M IIIIOI,, N'merv to 4th Oarie ram Spnire S1 PF i-1M3 DRAFTING MATHEMATICS Cn.irwl Institute of Teehnntt.g. N W. Cor. Broarl and C'nlumhia ST U-.tlRI Maehsttaa Tatfe. latt. Meek. Arrh Msch. Oeiiga. T41 fiimtt ltd l'nrT psrwy Rtsd isss THII.A. TK.CHMCAI. INM1 I TI'TF. INC. Co-Kr) 1 .2 Walnut St. PF. -?T44 DRAFTING. REFRIGERATION s BLUEPRINT READING AggOW KCFgiCEgAf IAN TRAINING INST Veteran snp i;,? B TiompS) St T 4.ltf IM.INrr-HINn lSTIH'Tr 8144 N. Reoatl St ffl T27 DRAMATIC ART Aralemy nf Modern Acting. Ds A Kve. Clswes. Met. Opera Km4 A foplsi NT 4-TTt SfSSIC V MICKS SCHOOL. s.-i ing. So.sl.ing. Self-KrriresMnn H?5 Chestnut, hi. RI -TS FMII.IK KRint R V'lHIIIt B H(M)L. Vet. Anpnnsti 171 I Chestnut St Rl B-1.TJ1 Mtr. DftMllMl srHdUI.. Drnmatir Art A Radio 171 Chestnut Rl MUM THPATRF. ARfSI IViTITI'TF. Vet Ann l.'neelw Prp it JOtn belew Bfs'ent. 1A f-"1 ELECTRICIAN TRAINING PKN.N A. INsiTITI'TF.. Prartiral Klertnrlan Training 411 SpnsrV. WA 9-4fra FASHION-DESIGNING BnTte Fashion Btudlo. Fashion illits. . costume design H1 Walnut, tX FINE AND APPLIED ARTS CANNON SCHOOL OF ARTS. I)v A Kve C. I App 10 S 18th St. Rl B-B924 RI SSIAN SCHOOL OF ART. Commercial A rine. Pay A Ere 4 l 17th St. NT -lTf IMrCRIAL AIT SCHOOL. A ll r.ne Arts. Portrait Leni1'spe 2007 Wslnut A T-M1 PFXN'BVI.V AM A ACAHLMV OF THK FINK ARTS. Bros4 A Oits Rts. Phils. I Pa. FINGERPRINTING. DETECTION. CRIMINOLOGY FINCf RPRINTINC. fwt-tiiss. rriieinolnfT. Ps. Institute of rrimlnelegy. Hi g 4 St. W t-it FLORAL DESIGNING Phlla Sskast ef fiscal Ostlfales Tee Week Dsy I'ktm eosa Hihimi at . fhlls I. P FONETIC SHORTHAND ROTM.HO'g SCHOOI, In :tf) dava or eves 1H?! Chestntit St Rt - DR. LANGUAGES G. I. APPROVED , RFkLITX si HOOl,. Lansniaite Center of Philadelphia 2-.0 R lolh t. PR S-43BT TR. ROTF.I.HO'B KCHlMIL rmnmerelal and Tsehnlrsl. 12 ehestnut Rl. I O-sSTt ' fN'IVKRS AT, BeKool of Lawgitagea. Native Conversation. 1T?I Walnut. KT LINOTYPE OPERATING I.TN-'rTVPK IMBTTTHTK. re. Cmiri 14 stlis., ft dies a lt lata Nr. PB -t4A MEAT CUTTERS Phlta.. Meat Cutters Institute. Iwe. O I. A- 4)tate APP 1.13 o. 2nd St WA 3 Ot3 MEDICAL LAB. at X-RAY TECH. MED. SECRETARYSHIP FRANKLIN SCHOOL of Selene At Aria. Dr. I Zamoat, 2M R. 22nd St. IX) T-1fr1i MILITARY ACADEMY atloti's Shrine. Rr. R O T O.. Cr fAtllt roict M. At the N MODELINC SCHOOL SELF-IMPROVEMENT Phlla, Btwdtw. Pir, ty M.w June Slisditm. ferry Bl'lg.. IV') f:heelntit. Silte SIT RT 1SB4 MUSIC AND VOICE CMFtTNUT ST. MUSIC CFN1EI Mitslral Instnietion A Instntmenui. 141S Cbsataot at. 10 4-02SJ HRIS1 r.NSr.N BCHOOL af Popular Miisie, Srd floor. 1i Chestnut St. RI -S1 Clark f smservalory of Music. Preaeer Kldif.. 17i4 Chaslnut St. Phone fit S-OR10 Pltllavdelphla Muslral Aradetny. Dr. .lartl Sn1r. Pres. 1617 Rpntre St. PK S-)i)M PRACTICAL NURSING If ATIONAT. BCHNt. OF NT1RSINO. 1R0O Sansom St PIANO TUNING VETERANS ACCEPTED ROCKWrtt SCHItl OF TUNIRS. , WfeWs' PLUMBING Outran Iwattttite of Teehnologe. N. W. Cor. Rroail and ColiimMa. ST 7-10l RADIO, APPROVED C. . BILL OP RIGHT IIHH V. HICK SCHOOL. Kneeeh, Velre. Dramatic Ptnrswlen. 14?ft Chsstpitt Bt ft S-MAt RADIO CODE. ELECTRONICS. TELEVISION st REFRIGERATION PHIIA WlgfltS TECHNICAL INSTITUTE. Booklet "K" 1D3S Pine St. KI -U1 IIDII ItECTIONICS INST. genii fnr free timrhurc 171 Arrh at. Rt MI REAL ESTATE SCHOOLS WORTH PWfLA. WKAI.TT BOARO. Fes, f nurses, ft. I, App. t1 W. Bres rj, RJ jMII SCHOOLS OP ANTONFI.I.I BCHOOL op I'HoTOORAPH V. 42 Walnut Rtrgsjt. Tag Yswa Scaeel ef rhetegragliy ly A t" SHOE REPAIRING tfRVICf TRABrt INSTITUTI Mnoern Ntine Kpa!r. The "Met". Bma4 A pQPlsr. tT BaeBBaasasBBSaBSSBSaBSBSBSBBSSBSSBaBSBWSSBSSBSSBW THEATRE THFATRIt WORBSHOP. TYPEWRITING lR. RttTHr.l.HO'B SCHOOL, fn Nil limits Itav Kve 1R,? re'pijt Bt. R WATCH AND LOCK REPAIRING AMfltCAS INST ef WATCH Rf FAIRING. Psy A ess rlsM. OS g l'h St. FB -li RAaaaiAN sr.HaaL. tar. rt iaa, yu w.in.w gt,. rijj. , 4-tsia O SCHOOL AND CAMP BUREAU PHILADELPHIA INQUIRED 400 N. IROAD ST.. PHI LA. 1, PA. fiR sbbrI lafermoitlBB !) Male male NAM! ADDRESS CITY - Champion Pscer Sold for m By .WALTS K, BaMt Inquirer Sportt Reporter HARRISBURO, Pa., Nor. 7. Me. ry Way (2) 2.02V4, by VolomlU. the season's champion two-year -old pacing filly, wm purchased by Mm.' J. B. Johnson. Jr.. Oastelton Farm, Lex lngton, for $20,100 from the Ben White consignment at the closing of the Standardbrtd Horse Sale to day. . Sales of trotters and pacers attain rd the $1,000,000 mark for th first time In harness racirvg history. Total sales for the four-way auction reached $1,005,500, exceeding th previous high of $827,120 established at the same auction here last year. The average price of the MS horses which went on the block was $1512. Jeff Hanover (2) 2 05i over a mils track, 2.10 on a half-mile track, fell to the 15,700 bid of Mary Iou O'Connor. Warwick Downs, R. I, Titan Hal (2) 2 07'i, by Haldale, consigned by Ben White, Islington, went to the $8000 bid of M. M. Miller, London, O. Adrian Hanover 3) 2 07. by Mr. McKlwyn, also In the Ben White consignment, was purchased by A. S. Rodney. Saratoga Spring-, for a patron at $7700. , Valdo Abbe. 2.03. by Bert Abbe, sold to George Nattenbury, Macon. Ga.. acting for a patron, at $7000.' Lydia Hanover, yearling bv Spencer Stott. 1.5714, fell to the $6100 bid of Ben White. Lexington, acting for a patron. C. M. Saunders. Toledo, secured Farwell (1). by Frisco Dale, for $6300. and Winterset 11). by Spencer Scott, for $6000 from the Hanover Farm consignment. Incidentally, the 70 Juveniles sold from Hanover Shoe Farms brought an average of $3392 per head, the beM in the history of the upstate farm. Evans-Billings Win Don Evans and Al Billings defeated George Becker and Vic Hoi-brook in a team match that featured last night's wrestling show at the Arena. Other results: The Golden Angel Oack Moore) threw" Rudy Duselc. Michele Leone won, over George Lenihan, Dutch Schwel- gert drew with Jim Austeri. rr. ii-iiM Til , Kst 1:) -2?0-lS Hunlin aircraft Falai Mstksales ft'kael ta - 4ano I.O T-sHAB At. 4-04M CULTURE 1 S lib tit. lOpBDsits Rlmrwl ft res. t Kit IU1 Y lOOl t'he.tmit St. VA 1-73 ta hehoole I'. H. A. 121 N. Broad St IjO 7-43111 F traliiy cniTiigC. 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