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r THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1947 a b d t f R h 17 i i J 5 I Barks From Dogdom: Blue-Ribbon Event Kennel Club's Show Carded Today in Convention Hall By GEORGE BUTZ Dogdom 's kings and queens, the near champions and unknowns, especially the surprise puppies kept under cover in past weeks, will represent the record-breaking total of 1432 actual competitors today at the Kennel Club of Philadelphia's 53d show, to be staged in Convention Hall, starting at 9:30 A. M. Through the medium of elimination in judging the vast field will be narrowed down to si finalists late tonight when Richard A. Kerns, Jr., of Ardmore, will Judging Schedule A. f. St. Beraards. Cardan Setters, fautvrm. Spaniels. Darhshands, Pekingese, fin. Balidof. AiresdaJes. Bedunrton terrier, HaUleraers. Kerry RIm Terrier. Boxer. Oer-aua feaepberd. Dcbersaaa Ptnschers, Collie. Oclette tent classes. 1:3 A. M. Irish Stter. Enillsh Setters, Krsei Gnllnni, Orest Pyrenees. 11 09 A. M. Spnnrer Spaniels. Afthaa fcaands. Smooth and Wire Faxterriers. Open A Obedience tet. Irish terriers. Lakeland terriers, Skro terrier. W est Hifhland White lef nrn. Mmiatara- bhaaxers. 12 iimi) Salnkis. Belrlaa Sheepdors, Rrurav Lhasa terrier, Srotues. MastiSs, rnlik. vVeimaraaers. Bassethoand. Blood-ksasdt. Botmis. Welsh Corel. Chows, mis-criiaoevsts breeds ( Iratbaars, Cairn terriers. 1:3 r. M Pomeranian.- Miniature Ptn-rher. Tor Manchester terriers. 2 P. M. Keexhonden. Poodles, Dalmatians, Retriever. Greyhounds. Whippets, Sa-BBorrde. feiberraa Huskies. French Bnlldocs, Boston terrier, feealjbant terriers. Welsh terriers. Giant feehnaszers. Great Danes, Shetland Saeepdoxi. Old EnfJish Sheepdois. Open B obedience test. Nerir B obedience test. 3.3 P. M Chihaabaas. EncUsh Tot fcpsn- iri aialteso terriers. Papilleiu. Tor Poodle, i raair terriers, Italian Greihoands, Nor-vrris Llkhoands. Beatles. A JO P. M. Sichlpprrke, Children' hand-tins rissars bar and iri, rudctor of bpan-his. Balldoxs. Baser. German nhepherda, aiarhsbonds. thronthont afternoon. Jo P. it Baudot parade. : P. M Obedient team competition. Larre doc vs. mall dor. 7:3 P. M. Pennsylvania Stat Pollc rained dss exhibluon. fc:3 P. M Start of variety (reap Jndflnc. f At eonelasion of variety (reap Jtidgiac. best ta anew etas will be Indeed). Two Records Fall In Swim League Germantown YMCA, defending champion in the 13-team Inter state Junior Swimming League, opened its title defense with a 56-8 victory over Abington YMCA last night at 5722 Greene st. Two junior league pool records were bettered. Matt Mohacey turned in double vie tories for Germantown. 50-YABX FREESTYLE (under 141 1, Matt Uanaory. German ton: 2. Jack Barrett. Ger- ctsiosc: 3, Pete Budd. Abington. Time 33.2 50 -YARD FREESTYLE (under 15) 1. vHiiiam Kcua, Grmactown; 2. Howard Aaher Oe-raaatovrn; 3. Ed Erb. Abington. Tune S3 1. 50-YARD BREASTSTROKK (under 14) 1, Ted Riciiter. Germantown; 2, Al Wehrle, Ger mantown; 3. M:ke Slnklcwlcz. Abington. Tur.( 38 3 (new junior league pool record) 50-YARD BACKSTROKE (under 14) 1. staaor. Germantown; 2. George Gotwalt Gentaawn; 3. Don Glazier, Abington. Tune 37 1. lOO-YARD FREESTYLE (under 14 1, Mohacey Germantown: 2. WUliam Croiter, Oennmuwn: 3, John Griffith, Abington. Time i 19 7. DIVING 1. Bob Hopkins, Germantown, 24 8; 2. Bill Buchanan, Abington, 13.8; 3, Dan Patchail. Germantown, 13.1. 75-YARD MEDLEY RELAY (under 14) 3, Gemtntova (Rschter. St&llor. Crozier): 2. Abinsrton. Time 48 9 (new Junior league pool record ) . ISO-YARD MEDLEY RELAY (under 15) 1, Germantown (Mai Morrie. Asher, Knuh); 2, Afainjrton. Not given. lOO-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY (under 14) 1. Oer man town (Hopkins, Jimmy McAdoo, Don Ei ciiler, Barrett); 2, Abington. Time 1.05 6. Neary Drops Foe 4 Times, Wins Decision Mel Neary, 129,' Kensngton, floored Charlie Williams for four nine counts and then took a unanimous eight-round decision in the Cambria feature last night. Williams, 134, Philadelphia, who had been beaten by Neary once before, went down in the first from a sharp right to the jaw and twice in the second after a withering head and midsection attack by Neary and again in the third and after a slow intervening period when he stood toe-to-toe with Neary: Judges Pete Pantaleo and Harry La sky voted 6-1-1 and 5-2-1 respectively, while Referee Dave Beloff gave every round but one to Neary. In the semi-final, listed for six. Tiny Tim Lawrence, 143 Chester southpaw, stopped Nat Perry, 144. Philadelphia, with a left hook at 1:47 of the first. It was Lawrence's 10th knockout in 12 pro starts. Perry was substituting for Georgie Hunter. Joe- Cuccinotti, 123, Philadelphia, 1345 Inquirer Diamond Belt champion, belted Teddy Smith, 126, Philadelphia, to technical knockout defeat a 1:23 of the first, a scheduled 6. Jess- Herbert. 149, Philadelphia, de-cisioned Romeo Chaves, 151, Havana, in another sixer, and Sam Comodor, 133, decisioned Jimmy Corr, ISS'i, both Philadelphia, in a four. Drexel Girls Tie; Ursinus Victor The Drexel Tech girls hockey team overcame a two-goal deficit in the second half to tie East Strouds-burg State Teachers College, 2-2, yesterday at 46th st. and Haverford ave. Once-beaten Ursinus College also came from behind with a three-goal rally in the second period to defeat Bryn Mawr College, 4-2, at Bryn Mawr. Drenel Pes E. Stroudsburg Van Inwegan L.W. Reber Omndy LI. Ferner C.F. Obendorfer Trqu:ni R I Calvin Scuneider R W. Faulkner F"-ie L HB. Carey Keo-.ock C HB. , Corson Tnaysea R HB. Dresner F-.:. t L FB Weiner R FB. Hoch F -r- o. Cole IjREXEL SCORING: Schneider. Haines. S FTROUDSBURG SCORING: Obenderfer 2. Ha;: Stroudsburg, 1-0. frsinua Duncan Aodrson Mewuiiaznj Meyer Ka:::rur I-e . C .-. -ua -r CRSIVC Pos. L.W. Bryn Mawr McClure Edwards Eaton Parker Shaw Bagley New bold Rogers Savage Focardi Geilb LI. C F. R.I. R.W. L HB. C HB. R HB. L FB. R FB. G. S SQOR TSd: Mc Williams 2. Hart- tie Ar.derson ERYN MAWR SCORING: Parker. Eiton .HaiJume Bryn Mawr, 2-1. Gratz Booters Win Scan Cialko's first-half goal pro-viced Simon Gratz High with a 1-0 triumph over Mastbaum Vocational in a Public League match at Front and Erie yesterday. Masibaum Voe. Pos. o. R FB. L.FB. R HB. C HB. L HB. 0 R. 1 R. C F. I L O L. Simon Gratz Nlenwodowskl Szcyunk Borek Medckt Guzik Ronpola Levi Kotoyla Ciaiko Marranda BJrscn Por-.scheUer lannacone !:, B. Fagan XjOSCO eV-humacher Tet O. F sjran Medary ver f sa ",- s a-f at rA-.-:r. Shnnderg I 0 1 0 o S'.MON GRATZ COM riaiko. Pick Bobsled Coach CHICAGO, Nov. 14 AP). John J. Fox, Larchmont, N. Y.. today was appointed coach of the U. S. Olym- Sc bobsled racing team, the U. S. Ircpic Committee announced. maKe ms selection of best m show. The dog named from the six will gain the title of Philadelphia's grand champion of 1947. The best in show champion at last year's event, Magic Mardormere, sleek Greyhound from the string owned by Mrs. George Anderson, Riverhead, I. I., will be back to defend its laurels. Another finalist last November to return to bid for the ultimate award is the Poodle champion, Smilestone's Magic, entry of Mr. and Mrs. George C. Freling-huysen, Morristown, N. J. Besides this pair of showmasters there will be a host of America's outstanding winners of the past year. Some of them hail from as far west as California and Washington, augmented by several noted Canadian competitors. . INCREASED INTEREST The record-breaking total this! year gives a fair idea of the increased interest in virtually every known breed among those recognized 112 of them by the American Kennel Club. By the same tok en, the high figure in breed repre sentation places Philadelphia among j the first five cities in the major dog show wheel. At least four breeds will be fostered when special 1947 fixtures will be sponsored by the Bulldog Club of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Cocker Spaniel Club, the Delaware" Valley Shepherd Dog Club and the Middle Atlantic St. Bernard Club. As usual, cocker spaniels of the American variety head the entry parade with 116, closely followed by the crowd-pleasing Bulldogs with 96; Boxers, 94; German shepherds, 92; dachshunds, 82, and collies, 62. There will be plenty of entertainment for those spectators unfamiliar with the technical points of class judging. For instance (1) the pro gram provides a team demonstration of obedience, small dogs verses large dogs, staged by members of the Philadelphia Dog "Training Club; (2) a parade of Bulldog champions at the conclusion of the Bulldog Specialty show; (3) a review of St. Bernard champions as the climax of the special show for that breed; (4) the appearance of Sergeant Butch Savage, Bulldog mascot of the Marine Corps at the Philadelphia Naval Base; (5) the children's handling class; (6) special obedience test trials, sponsored cy the Philadelphia Dog Training Club throughout the day in the hall's huge basement, and the exhibition of the Pennsylvania State Police's team of German Shepherds. ! N. Y. Suspends 3 In Horse Doping NEW YORK, Nov. 14 (UP). Trainer Gus Simone and Grooms Wilfredo Cardageno and Clarence Dahms today were suspended by the Empire City Racing Association af ter evidence of benzedrine had been found in specimens of Comanche Peak. Pending decision on their case, all horses owned or trained by Simone will not be permitted to run. Comanche Peak won the second race at the Empire City-at-Jamaica meet Nov. 10, after which chemical analysis by the New York Racing Service Bureau indicated the presence of the stimulant. It was the first doping case in New York since Trainer Tom Smith was charged with responsibility in the ephedrine found to be administered to Mag- nific Duel on Nov. 1, 1945. Nether Providence Wins Four tallies by Joe Gummel and two by Bill Preuty gave Nether Providence High School a 38-0 victory at Marple-Newtown High yesterday. Marple-Newtown Po. Nether Providence Roberts L.E. Hays Burns X.lndsay Pascal Opdeneer Pallock Parmelea Smith Ketriek Gummel Preutr 13 38 0 0 Thomas L.T. Bishop L a. Schupard C. Jasnick R.G. Lutr R T. Schneider R E. Newby . QB. Knapp L HB. Fletcher R HB. Nash FB. Nether Providence 13 Marple-Newtown 0 12 0 NETHER PROVIDENCE SCORING: Touch downs Gummel, 4; Preuty, 2. Extra points Ketrick 2. Boxer Fined $250 TORONTO, Nov. 14 (AP). Syl Apps, Ontario athletic commissioner, today announced he had fined, Joe Brown, New Orleans boxer, $250 "for his apparent lack of aggression" in his bout with Toronto's Arthur King at Maple Leaf Gardens last Monday. Sports Results Continued From First Sports Page Profej issiona BASKETBALL NATIONAL LEAGVE Oihkoih 56 Syracuse 46 Fort Wayne 59 Toledo S3 STANDINGS Eastern Division Western Division W L Pet. W L Pet. Ft. Wayne 3 1 .75(1 Andersen 3 Korbester t 1 .5UO Mlnn'polis 2 Taleds 2 3 .40(1 Ind'napotls 2 Syracuse 1 2 .3:13 Tri-Cities 1 Flint O 2 .000 Sheboygan 2 Oshkmh 2 ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA 0 1.000 1 .B67 I .667 1 .5)U 2 .500 S .286 Philadelphia 79 Boston 74 STANDINGS Eastern Division Western Division . W L Pet. W L Fet. Pbilad'phia 2 O 1.000 Chicago 1 New York 1 0 1.000 Washington 1 Providence 0 1 .000 Baltimore 1 Boston 0 2 .000 St. Louis 0 1 1.000 1 .500 1 .500 1 .000 ICE HOCKEY AMERICAN LEAGUE Washington 4 . . Springfield X STANDINGS Eastern Division Western Division WLTP WLTP Henhey 7 5 2 16 Pittsburgh 9 Providence 6 7 2 14 Ind polls 10 New Haven 6 6 1 13 Buffalo 9 Washington 6 10 0 12 Cleveland 6 Philad'pbia 4 10 1 9 St, Louis 4 Springfield tit 1 Independent FOOTBALL 3 21 0 20 2 20 2 14 2 10 NORTHEAST CONFERENCE Vets J J cneuennam Ulney BIG SIX CONFERENCE Lansdale 13 Soaderton 7 BASKETBALL PHILADELPHIA CATHOLIC LEAGUE St. Columba 24 St. James 21 St. Columba 2d 33 St. James 25 FAIBMOLNT PARK I.F.AGCE Rymmer 27 Brewerytown 26 Oxford Circle 40 Wllmrrn 24 Blue Jays 20. Windsor 15 OTHER GAMES Odar brook 47 Olney Stags 18 St. Joseph's House 20. St. Bonifare Boy Scouts 1 1 Bambrey M. M. 45 Bambrey S. M. 37 Niretown 47 Britone 34 Amateur , SWIMMING INTERSTATE JUNIOR LEAGUE Germantown Y, S Abington T. 2 Penn Teams Score Triumphs University of Pennsylvania's undefeated freshmen football team scored its third victory yesterday, walloping Columbia University, 48-0, at River Field. Charles Albertus, for mer West Catholic High School star, led the attack with three touch downs. In an Eastern Intercollegiate League 150-pound game at Villa-nova, Penn battled Villanova College to an 0-0 tie. The Wildcats fumbled away a scoring chance on the Qua ker 5 after a 40-yard drive in the last five minutes. Perm's varsity soccer squad turned back Haverford College, 1-0, in a Middle Atlantic League match at River Field,' while , the Haverford junior varsity downed the Quaker Jayvees, 2-0. Penn Tr. '- Pos. Columbia FY. Aqocs L.E. Hansen Knmmel L.T. Kalto Rudderow L.Q. Roy Wiley c. ' McKean McCann R G. Seymour-Jones Shanosky R.T. . Mason Roberts RE. Solberg Seit . QB. Coufchlin Albertus L.HB. White Gllson R HB. Nork Caulson FB. Rout Penn Fr. 14 6 21 7 48 Columbia 0 0 0 0 0 PENN FR SCORING: Touchdowns AU Bier, Sica. Extra bertus 3. Gilaon, Aqocs, points Aquocs, 6. Villanova ISO's McGaughen Ways Wiend Fitzmeyer Carroll Hoflner Meriwether Pos. L.I. L.T. L.O.. C. r a. R.T. RE. QB. L.HB. R HB. FB. Penn 150's Duncan Felderpian MacGruder Kitchen Carpenter Parlen Munger Bentlejr Herderson Gallagher Slough I O 0 O I. 0 0 0 Curtin Probert LeiRhton Knecht Villanova 150s Penn 150'fc Penn Sitler Greenwood Harrison Isler Antonl Burholder Harlejr Townsend Lownea Blair Barloot Pos. a. R.P L F. R H. C.H. L H. OR. 1 R. C F. IL . Haverford ' Doane Geoffroy Wood Kirk Luclne Oerlock Thomas Rawnsberg Brownes Jones Rhoades 1 0 1 O 0 O O.L-, - O Penn rlaverford O PENN SCORING Townsend. Penn Roger JV. Pos. O. R F. L.F. R H. C.H. L.H. OR. I.R. C.F. I L. O.L. O Haverford JV. H. Smith Katy Staeth Jowers Adam Stern D. Smith Crollns Clayton Sutton Shipley 0 o o o 1 O 1 2 Rouen thai Millet Brown Walker Splendido Kike Nassau Andrews Stone Crelss Penn JV. Haverford J.V. O HAVERFORD SCORING Clayton, Shipley. Abingon Victor Over Radnor, 26-6 Abington High scored three touch downs in the last two periods to de feat Radnor High, 26-6, yesterday in their Suburban Conference football game at Radnor. Abington Pos. Radnor Whittingham L.E. Beadle Weber L.T. Smith Thompson L.G. DeAngelo Brodhag C. Jolley Gaines ft. a. Unkerser Reigart R.T. Taraborelll Henry RE. Rick Karbach QB. DeJoseph Cunningham L.HB. Morgan Liuzzi R.HB., D'Amico Trlplett FB. Paollno Abington O 6 13 7 26 Radnor 6 0 0 0 6 ABINGTON SCORING: Touchdowns Lluzzl. Whittingham. West, Trlplett. Extra points Gess 2. RADNOR SCORING: T6uchdown- Beadle. Knox Named, Coach At Episcoopal Academy Andrew G. Knox, former All-In-teracademic football and basketball player at Episcopal Academy, will succeed John Quinn as Episcopal basketball coach, John H. Brinton, athletic director, announced yesterday. Knox played end on Episcopal's 1940 football team which tied for the Interac title. He was forward, high scorer and captain of the 1941 basketball team and catcher on the Interac championship baseball team. He was graduated from Williams College in June after a career interrupted by service in the Army Air Forces. Brown Tops Wildwood On Monaco's Score WILDWOOD , N. J., Nov. 14. Unbeaten Brown Vocational School, Wilmington, Del., defeated Wild-wood High, 6-0, tonight on Monaco's plunge from the one in the third quarter. Brown has won four and tied two. Wildwood Pos. Brown Voc. Morey L.E. Fitzgerald Harris ' L.T. Vletri Walston LQ. Delia Good kin c. Wilson Newall R.G. Hunter Feraco R.T. . Kosak Jones RE. Hayes Loag QB. Jones Robinson L.HB. Massetti Davis R.HB. ' Renal Russo . FB. Monaco Wildwood 0 0 0 0 0 Brown Voc. 0 0 6 0 6 BROWN SCORING: Touchdowns,1 Monaco. Today's Sports FOOTBALL SCHOOL Public League Bartram vs. Southern. 12th and Bigler sts.: W. Phila. vs. Overbrook. 54tn st. and City Line. Montco League Collegevillo at Schwenksville; Royerslord at West Potts- grove. South Jersey Group 4 Vineland at Wood row Wilson. Lower Bucks Bensalem at Bristol; Langhorne at Morrisville. Lower Burks I iltls 3 Newtown at Fallslngton. Burlington Co. eague Riverside at Florence; Bordentown at Palmyra. Trl Co. League Swedesboro at Woods- town. Military League Staunton at Farragut; Manlius at LaSalle M.A. Bux-Mont League Lansdale at Hatboro; Jenkintown at Upper Moreland:Quakertown vs. Springfield at Ambler. Other Games Germantown at Nornstown; Hav erford H. S. at West Chester; Chester at Lower Merion; P. S. duPont at Upper Darby; Pottstown at Bridgeport; Coatesvillo at Downingtown: Col-lingdale at Clilton Heights: Darby at Media: Ridley Park at Eddystone; Glen Nor at Ridley Township: F. k M. Frosh at Perklomen; Swarthmore at Prospect Park; TredyBrin at Phoenixvllle; Sharon Hill at Springfield; Spring City at Boyertown; Yeadon at Lansdowne; St. James at St. Andrews: Upper Chichester at North Coventry; George S. at Rutgers Prep; E. Greenville at Emmnus; Pennington at B. M. 1.; x-Archmere at Conrad; Brown Voc. at Wildwood; A. I. du Pont at Newark; Pember-ton at Cape May; Farragut at Navy Plebes; Scranton Central at Atlantic City; Hammon-ton at Egg Harbor; Camden at New Brunswick; Metuchen at Gloucester; Millville at Bridge-ton; Haddonfleld at Collingswood: Burlington at Merchantvilie; Moorestown at Audubon; Haddon Heights at Regional; Paulsboro at Woodbury; Mt. Holly at Pitman; Clayton at Glassboro; Valley Forge at Bullis; Blair at Peddie; Passaic at Phillipsburg; Grati vs. Dobbins, 29th and Clearfield sts. x-Denotes night game. ICE HOCKET Philadelphia Rockets vs. St. Louis, at the Arena (8:30 P. M.). CROSS COUNTRY Public High School League Invitation? 33d and Dauphin sts. (11 A. M.). COLLEGE SOCCER Maryland at Temple. GIRLS HOCKEY Temple at Swarthmore (11 A. M ). AMATEUR SOCCER Phila. League Second Division North Section Kensington Onions vs. Germantown B. C. E. Berks and Blair sts. (2:30 P. M. ); Junior Division Harrowgata vs. Lighthouse. L st. and Erie ave.; Porter S. C. vs. Erlen B. C, E. Berks and Blair sts. (12:30 P. M.; German-town B. C. vs. Northeast B. C. 25 W. Penn St.; 30th Police District vs. Erzebirge, D and Ontario sts.; Nicetown Pulaski vs. Hartville, 18th st. and Hunting Park ave. (2:30 P. M.). National Amateur Cup First Round Phila. American Reserves vs. Kensington Blue Bells, Cambria Stadium. Kensington and Torresdale aves. (2:30 P. M.). DOG SHOW Kennel Club oi Phila. Show Convention Hall (all day, starts at 9:30 A. M. ). FIELD HOCKEY Women's Pbila. FHA Royals vs. Phila. C. C. St. Martins; Cynwyd at Swarthmore: Owl-ettes at Ursinus College Alumnae; Elklns Park at Cornflowers: Germantown C. C. at Nor-ristown; Cheltenham Hunters at Saturday Morning Club. FIELD TRIALS Vajley Forw FTA field trials. Pheasant Run i Q am a, Ft. Washington. Fa. (start a p. U.). 1 6 Unbeaten, Untied Teams Risk Their Records Today NEW YORK, Nov. 14 (AP). When a college football team reaches the middle of November undefeated or even at the top of its league, it goes without saying that it has the stuff that makes champions. For this reason a half-dozen games draw the top billing on tomorrow's program over a whole lot of contests that could be just as Important and possibly more exciting. . The Nation's .only unbeaten and Lipstick Unsmeared Girl Grid Star Battles Boys STINNETT, Tex., Nov. 14 (AP). TH R ANKIE GROVES, Stinnett J? High School girl, made football history here tonight by getting into eight plays as her school's "boys" team last to Groom, 14-6. With her brown hair curling out from under her headgear, the blue-eyed, diminutive 16-year-old girl got knocked down only once and astonished spectators on her last play by bowling over two opposing linemen. All this, without ever smearing her lipstick or losing her enthusiasm for the game. "1 was great fun," she said after the gun "Sounded on Stinnett's final game. "I'll be out there with the team again next year. I'm not hurt a bit, just got my face mashed in the mud." The coach revealed after the game that three more girls now want to play. W.Chesfer,PMC, Haverford Play West Chester State Teachers, already selected to oppose Carson-Newman in the Burley Bowl Thanksgiving Day at Johnson City, Tenn., seeks its ninth straight to end its season unbeaten and its 13th in a row today when it travels to Millers-ville Teachers in a feature of a busy local college card. Swarthmore seeks its fourth straight when it visits Drexel at 46th and Haverford; PMC travels to Lebanon Valley; Haverford entertains Johns Hopkins and Ursinus is host to Franklin and Marshall in other games. Coached by Andy Kerr, Lebanon Valley has won three in a row. Haverford has won three of its last four. Long Runs Win For PSD, 13-0 Len Del Russo's 60-yard run with a stolen ball scored one touchdown and Glenn Hoshauer's 52-yard sprint with an intercepted pass set up another as Pennsylvania School for the Deaf defeated Bok Vocational School, 13-0, yesterday at 7500 Germantown ave. s At 7500 Germantown Ave. Bok Pos. Emlndorf L.E. Ridolfi L.T. Masclarello L.G. De DICicco C. Pits " R.G. Lit7:i R.T. Washington R E. T. Cherry JB. Masi L.HB. Dankanlch R HB. Altemuro FB. Bok . 0 0 P. S. D. 0 13 P. S. D. J. Brown Gulya T. Kosloski Adams Werner Elenausky Walters Bingham Baker Del Russo Hoshauer o o o 0 0 13 P. S. D. SCORING Touchdowns. Hoshauer Del Russo. Extra point. Hoshauer (plunge). BOK SUBSTITUTES R. Dunn. Covington. Magen. Lusher. . Plottl, Clrillo. F. Cherry, Ber.nlck, Holmes. P. S. D. SUBSTITUTES Shoemaker? Timchenko. J. Kozloskl, Slackway, Shelter. Ambler Captures 26th Straight, 58-6 PERKASIE, Pa.. Nov. 14. Ambler High School's football team rolled to its 26th successive victory- tonight, thumping Sellersville-Perkasie, 58-6, in a Bux-Mont Conference contest before 2500. Ambler's Earl Man-dell, Conference's leading scorer, contributed five touchdowns. Sell-Perk Pos. Ambler Fusco L.E. Petruzzo J. Smith L.T. Draganl Boyer L.Q. Antonacclo Moyer , C. Gross Spoerl R.G. Mallozai Reed R.T. Willcox Wurstler RE. Super Knipe QB. Minnick ScKock L.HB. Mundell S. Smith R.HB. R. Johnson Hosgood FB. Holms Sell -Perk 6 0 0 O 6 Ambler 13 20 12 13 58 AMBLER SCORING: Touchdowns: Mundell, 5: Johnson, Super, Palermo, Rhoades. Points after touchdown: Johnson, 2 f run, pass); Mundell (kick). White (pass). SELL-PERK SCORING: Touchdown Fusco. SELL-PERK SUBSTITUTIONS Troutman. ashman, Donald Smith, Prltchard, D. Moyer. AMBLER SUBSTITUTIONS) Rhoades, Palermo, White. Lansdale Wins Big Sixj Beats Souderron, 13-7 LANSDALE. Pa., Nov. 14. Lansdale Hawks won the championship of the Big Six Football Conference by defeating the Souderton Nibs, 13-7, tonight Lansdale Pos it ions L.E. L.T. L.G. C. R ?." R E. QB L.HB. R.HB. FB. Souderton Macort Greaser Moyer Watts Collet t Stover Yeakel Chiodl Price Nase Hawthorpe 6 7 13 Leo Cooper Poust. Joseph Frets GUI Keyser Krout Wisntewski Reimers Atwood Lansdale O O Souderton 0 0 7 LANSDALE SCORING: Touchdowns Ren- ner. Atwood. Point after touchdown: Poust (placement). SOUDERTON SCORING: Touchdown Chlodi. Point after touchdown Watts (placement). Upper Merion Beats Friends Central, 6-0 Alfred Ostroski's one-yard touchdown plunge in the third period enabled Upper Merion High School to capture its seventh victory at the expense of Friends Central in a 6-0 triumph at 68th and Cityiine ave. yesterday. Upper Merion Anderson Vargo Natzik Wills Romano Goiereskl Wentzel McKernan Davis Golya Ostroskl Upper Merion Pos. Friends Central L.E. Wright L.T. L.G. C. R.O. R.T. RE. QB L.HB. R HB. FB. - O 0 Keen Piatt Pfeitter Helnelsteln Lauffer Boswell Minster Bressl Stotx Goodman 6 O 6 Friends Central O O o o O UPPER MERION SCORING: Touchdown. Os troskl. Year Ban for Scout Who Signs Schoolboy CINCINNATI, Nov. 14 (AP). A year's suspension from baseball will be imposed by Commissioner A. B. Chandler on any one who violates the rule, prohibiting the signing of high school players, he announced today. In the past the penalty has been $500, with .the player a free agent and the club prohibited forever from acquiring his services. The penalty is effective today. untied "major" teams at this stage are Notre Dame, Michigan, Southern Methodist, Georgia Tech, Pennsylvania and Penn State. Kansas, twice tied, still hasn't been beaten and Southern California has only one tie to mar a perfect record. All of these teams except Southern California encounter very important opposition. BIG 10 TITLE AT STAKE Notre Dame, voted the No. 1 team in the Associated Press poll after last week's triumph over Army, runs into Northwestern, always a tough. Michigan meets Wisconsin in what likely will be the deciding game of the Western Conference race and Southern Methodist takes on always rugged Arkansas. In Alabama, 'Georgia Tech meets a rival that could upset not only the Engineers but the entire Southeastern Conference championship struggle. Penn and Penn State, with no conference titles at stake, meet Army and Navy, respectively. Kansas has a comparatively soft assignment against Oklahoma A. and M. YALE MEETS PRINCETON Only slightly less important in the general picture are such games as Oklahoma-Missouri, Texas Chris tian-Texas, William and Mary-Washington and Lee, Louisiana State-Mississippi State, Montana-California and the granddaddy of them all, Yale-Princeton. The 70th Yale-Princeton game in football's oldest unbroken series takes on more than ordinary Importance because Yale still could win the Ivy League crown if Penn should lose to Cornell on Thanksgiving Day. S-K OH Bowlers Bow To Swallow Studio, 2-1 Dave Rose, with a 624 series, led Swallow Studio bowlers to a 2-1 victory over S-K Oil Burners in the Quaker City Majors last night. S-K Oil won the opener by nine pins with 974, then Swallow took sreond, 1015-1001, and the third, 988-925. - S-K Oil retained their two-game, first-place margin over Arnold Or- satti as the runners-up bowed, 2-1, to Bob s Uniform. Ace Woodworking defeated Saler no's Caie, 3-0; Gaudio Bros., with three regulars in action, beat For-tino's Bakery," 3-0, and Pascatore Dental Lab won from E. & H. Coal, 2-1. W. L, " W. L. S-K Oil 22 8 Salerno's 14 16 Orsattl 20 10 Gaudio 14 16 Swallow 17 13 Bob's Uniform -3 17 Pescatore 15 15 E-H Coal 12 18 Ace's 15 15 Fortino's 8 22 What I want to 27 HospiUls. Served in 1946 M HELP FOR MGED, HANDICAPPED (I I I J 21 Specialized Services for UJJ I handicapped, aged, home-I less, and destitute. Served in 1946 30,381 &eGf&tty 6ettqfi&. . . s0y&ty paver's ?uy one -edae caw Flyers, Rockets Play Here Tonight By STAN BATJMGARTNER The rebuilt St. Louis Flyers make their first appearance of the season at the Arena tonight when they meet the Rockets in an American League ice hockey tilt at 8:30 P. M. The Rockets, beaten on home ice by Hershey on Wednesday after three straight victories at the Arena, hope to start a new victory run. When the teams met in St. Louis the Flyers won, 4-1. Coach Wally Kilrea of the Rockets will start the Johnny Mahaffy line against the visitors with Johnny at center and Steve Wochy and George DeFelice on the wings. Wochy is the Rockets' leading goal-getter with 11 He has also assisted on five other eoals. Alex Motter and Al Shewchuk will start on the defense. Chuck Kraiger is sidelined with an injury. The fleet wingman suffered a shoulder bruise as the result of a collision into the boards in the tilt with Hershey. Harvey Jessiman, who has been playing spectacularly in the nets since he replaced Maurice Courteau, will again be in the goal. He has been nicknamed "Chatterbox" by his mates because of his constant line of conversation during the game. Rockets Pos. 1 Jessiman o. 19-Shewchuk R D. 4 Motter L.D. 10 Mahaffy c. 9 Wochy R.W. 8t. Louis Highton 1 Lane 4 J. Shewchuk 2 Grosso 9 a. Gladu 7 Wilson 8 5. WaldrUI; 6, 8. Kilrea; 11, 16 DeFelice L.W. ROCKET SPARES: 2. Bush; Drummond; 7, Hergesheimer; jamieson: j z. nicnaro: 14. Narctuzzi; 15, Stefamw; 17, Hnatiuk; 21 Tolton. ST. LOUIS isPAKftS: J. Kampman ; 5, Lund: 6, Clark; 10. Trigg; 11, Black; 12. Olson: 14, McAtee; 15, McComb; 16, Brayshaw: 17. Pozzo; 18 Raynak; 19, Backor: 20, Milligan; Wares. KAMPMAN JOINS FLYERS ST. LOUIS, Nov. 14 (UP). Bingo Kampman, injured St. Louis Flyers defenseman, flew East today to join the hockey club for its game in Philadelphia tomorrow. He decided to leave after Jack Shewchuk suffered a broken nose last night. Delbarton Wins, 1 26, Over Solebury School Jules Spata scored both touchdowns to pace Delbarton School to a 126 football victory over Solebury School at New Hope yesterday. Spata tallied on line plunges of five and three yards. Dave Hovey ran 60 yards to score for the losers. Dn?b-rton Pos. Orif" L.E. Plumkott L.T. Hillock L.G. Solebury LaForge Olander Brogren Banakan McKenny Piatt Behney Hovey Carson McGuire Berkley 0 0 12 6 0 6 Seebey C. Haine R.G. Good R.T. Connelly RE. Hollins QB. Cuff L.HB. Austin R.HB. Spata FB. Delbarton 6 8 Solebury o 0 DELBARTON SCORING: ' Touchdowm Spata 2. SOLEBURY SCORING: Touchdown Hovey. know is . . . WHO BENEFITS A good question ... and there's a good answer. The poor and needy benefit, of course . . . but that's only part of the answer. Who benefits when a dangerous epidemic is averted? Who benefits when juvenile delinquency is reduced? Who benefits because hospitals and clinics Community Chest services in this area include 170 well-staffed, well-equipped organizations in Philadelphia and three surrounding counties. RECREATION J$fA 49 Youth & Recreation 1 L' Services Served in 1946 206.832 HEALTH 24 Health Sm icts 361,180 jj 9 Served in 1946 ... COMMUNITY 1 Kelly Paces St. Joseph's , To Middle Atlantic Run Title Special to The Inquirer . . ALLENTOWN, Pa., Nov. 14. Led by Johnny Kelly, individual winner who rallied in last 100 yards to triumph, St. Joseph's Colleee. " Philadelphia, today won the 20th annual cross-country championship of the Middle Atlantic Collegiate Track and Field Association ooe.rAhe 4 '4-mUe course at Muhlenberg College. Kelly's time was 23:33.6. The Hawks compiled a low score of 36 points. Rutgers was second with 66 12 ; Alfred third with, iub; and Lafayette fourth with izs, uuier team scores were Franklm & Marshall. 159; Lehigh 160; Muhlenberg 164; awannmore ziz; Haverford 236 12 ; Delaware 266; Washing ton couege zai; and ursmus 388. Albright failed to have five men finish. Haverford's Jim Grosholz paced the field of 82 starters for more than four miles, but Kelly came up strong in the stretch and won by 10 yards. Kelly's teammate, Francis X. Gavin came in fourth behind Jim Lessig, Rutgers, and Grosholz, who finished in a dead heat for second. Francis Carey, who finished ninth; Robert Stratton, in 10th, and William Adolph, in 12th, .rounded out the Hawks five-man winning team. The Hawks previously had defeated Delaware, Franklin & Marshall, Lafayette. Haverford, Loyola of Baltimore, Drexel and Lincoln in! dual meets. Of the Hawk point-getters, all Philadelphians, Kelly, Gavin and Adolph attended St. Thomas More High, and Corey and Stratton, West Catholic. 20 Teams to Vie Today In Invitation Cross-Country Run Twenty teams and 129 runners will compete this morning in the Public High League invitation crosscountry run starting at 11:30 in Fairmount Park near 33d and Dauphin sts. Herb Grigson is acting director. North Catholic, Catholic League and city champion; Central, Public titlist; Northeast, West Philadelphia, Overbrook. Roman Catholic, St. James of Chester and Penn Charter are among leading teams entered. Bill McNichol, Roman, whose time of 12:20.2 is the best for the 2.3 mile course, heads the field, which will race for medals and trophies presented by The Inquirer. Becker-Holbroolc Win George Becker and Vic Holbrook defeated Al Billings and Don Evans last night in a team match that featured the wrestling show at the Arena. Other results : Tony Mar-tinelli decisioned Sky-Hy Lee, Jack Moore won over Abe Coleman, Georg.e Lenihan beat Karl Krauser. from Community keep open instead of closing their doors for lack of funds? Who benefits when the crippled, the blind and the destitute are given a chanct to become self-supporting citizens? YOU do-I do-we all do! Yes . . . Everybody benefits! . . . Every body gives And no one else can do YOUR part. ij Children's Services Served in 1946 8.32S t MISCELLANEOUS FAMILY ASSISTANCE Served 1 sos in 1946. family Services EJtrjf vention. 29 Other 8,300 families VZ CHEST Summaries 1. John Kelly. St. Joseph's. 23 33 S: 3 t;. James Lessig. Rutgers, and James R. Groshois. Haverford. 23:35; 4. Francis X. Gavin. St. Joseph's. 33:40: S. James Madra. Lafayette, 23,44; 6, Stewart G. Ray. Rutgers, 23:44 6; 7. James Gibbs. Lafayette. 23:45; 8. Marvin I Smith, Alfred. 23:46; 9. Francis X id?orey. St. Joseph's,- 23:50; 10, Robert L. Stratton. St. Joseph's,. 24:00; 11. Robert M. Wigstman. Alfred. 24:05; 12. William Adolph. 6t. Joseph s. 24:06; 13, MUton C. Oman, Rutgers. 24:08; 14, Richard S. O'Neil. AUred 24:09: 15. Donald Albert, Muhlenberg, 24:10; IS. Joseph Fleischnran, Muhlenberg. 24:11; 17, Richard O. Benner, Lehigh, 24:30; 18. Russell M. Bowie, Washington, 24:33; 19, William E. Mott. Rutgers. 24:45; 20, Gerald McGiinn. 8b Joseph's. 24:50. 21. Winneld Emlet. F. and M . 24:57; 25. James D. Alderman, St. Joseph's, 25:00 : 23. tie, Richard Kelton, Lafayette, and William Summer. Muhlenberg, 25:10; 25, Aiden Stevenson, Swarthmore, 25:15; 26. John H. Kietx-man, Rutgers. 25:20; 27. Elmer J. Land:. F. and M., 25:21; 28. Pat Boardman. P ar d M , 25:13; 29, John T. Bowley. Lehigh. 2S 32; 30, David Brown, Rutgers. 25:34 : 31. Edwaroi Anlian. Albright. 25:36; 32. Eric Mickey, Rutgers. 25:38; 33. August L. LunquUt. P. and M . 25:42; 34. Peter Skerehdck. Lafayette. 25 47; 35, Fred H. Roland. Albright, as 3 rk T-,Gey"- Lehigh. 25 49: 37. Pasousie A. . ; . i. .. - '. jo, Vieorge w . fixley, Alfred. 25:56: 39, David J. Herder. Lehigh. 26;00; ' WUUam T' BatUn, BwarthmoraT 41. Richard S. Rankin. TTaverforrf 9A-n? 42, Norman L. Stone. Lehigh. 26:04:'43. Aal naiis. owarinmore, 20:10: 44, Otis 6am-mervllie. Muhlenberg, 26:11: 45, Lawrence A. Martin, Lehigh, 26:14; 46. Thomas R. Galley. Delaware, 26:18: 47, Theodore W. Slmonson. Washington, 26:32; 48. Irving F. Dayton. Swarthmore, 26:41; 49. Harold A. Elsenhauar. Lehigh, 26:59: 50. Herbert J. Averetl. Alfred. 27 00; 51 William M. Bergman. Delaware. i2- ra4i Schlebier. P and M . 27:10: 53, Joseph Reeves. Albright, 27:13: 54. Robert Stabler, Delaware, 27:14; 55 Harry Handwerk, Lafa-yette. 27:40: 56. Ralph Ziegier. F. and M , 27:45; 57. Donald M. Lynan, Dela-wrf 28:0: 58. Luther C. Perkins. Aifred. 28:10: 59, John B. Carman, Haverford. 23.14; 60. William L-. Llchten. Swart rn ore, 28 46 61, John Miller. P. & M.. 29:10; 62. Frank Nichols, Swarthmore. 30:01; 63. Bruce A. Samson. Delaware, 30:20; 64, Lewis Bender Lafayette, 30:41: 65. Donald J. Witmsn. Aibnaftt. 32:4L: 66 Ruf" C. Rtidislll. Haverford. 30:52: 67. William Heiser. Muhlenberg. 30.59 68. John Lykens, Lafayette. 31:10; 69. Joseph J. Picclopti. Delaware. 31:14: 70. John K. Lawrence. Swarthmore. 31:18; 71. Charleys L. France. Washington. 31:22; 72, Frank T. Hopkins. Haverford, 31:40; 73, Francis Smiley. Jr.. Haverford. 31:46; 74. Charles W. Brown. Muhl lenberg, 31:50; 75, Joseph Shaw. Ursinus. 32:00; 76, James Schelly. Muhlenberg; 77. Bernard D. Freundlich, Washington; 78. Norman Pastzold. Ursinus; 79, George DlUinger Ursinus; 80, Lee Tori. Ursinus; 81. Doug'.aa Smith, Ursinus; 82, Franklin B. Ring. Washington. PMC Prep Wins, 19-0, As Kurtland Stars Chick Kurtland featured in all three scoring plays in PMC prep's 19-0 football victory over Church Farm School yesterday at Church Farm. PMC Prep pos. Church Farm 8eh. Marx L.E. Morrow Sherman L.T. Davia L.G. Oabnscha Morgan C Hemly Goldberg R.O. Drummond Rledenour R.T. Kesiicg Brunswick RE. Cotieid Kurtland QB. Disney Cox L.HB, Smiley Reeves R HB. Stevenson Levit FB. Dicksoa PMC Prep 13 8 0 O 19 Church Farm School 0 0 0 0 O PMC SCORING: Touchdowns Marx 2, Kurt land. Extra point Morgan. Chest funds?" GHILD CARE OO.OOO vetcr- Crime Pre Travelers aid. Service.

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