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16 abdefgh THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1947 18,000Watch Roman Rout N. Catholic, 28-0 Chiodetti Scores on Runs of 1 6 and 39; Pass, 75-Yd. March Also Provide Tallies By KEN HAY Striklna; early and of 'en with sharp touchdown thrusts, and powering 75 yards to the er.d zone In the linal quarter, Roman Catholic High School's football team undeniably stamped itself as a top contender for Catholic Leajue honors by trouncing Northeast Catholic. 2S-0, before 13,000 an.azed spectators at Temple Stadium last night. Larry Chiodetti's live:y stepping provided the feature of the I Cahillites' well-balanced, polish- Lower Merion Beats Northeast 12,000 Watch Aces Score 20-7 Victory Over Phila. Titlists Lower Merion High ochoo" made Its first night home football appearance a memorable occasion when it defeated Northeast High School. 1946 Philadelphia city champion. 20-7, before 12,(XK) last r.ight at Ardmore. Scoring was confined to ti e first half. Lower Merion tallied tvlce in the first three minutes. Eacli team made a second-period touchdown. Captain Len Shephard stared the Lower Merion offensive when he t puned through right tack and raced 63 yards to the North -ast 8. Then Len Davis flipped a lateral to Graham Hopper and the Acei' full-tack went wide around left end for the touchdown. Pivotman Uhaver kicked the extra point. BAD PASS COSTLY Before Northeast could regroup h.s forces. Lower Merion scored again. A bad pass from center bounded into the end zone, wnere it was pounced up by Left Er.d Bill Eurk. Shaver again added the extra point. Stan Godorov and Charlis Ott powered a 44-yard Northeast s-cond-period drive w hich ended wht n Ott, Archive reserve back, drove across from the two. Bertie Miller, a soccer star, booted the extra po nt. Before the close of the half. Lower Merion demonstrated noteworthy power in marching 81 yards. The long drive was climaxed by Shephard "s nine-yard touchdown thrust through left guard. North Catholic Poa. t Roman Cocco LI. " Taylor atankua I. T. Iwimw Lynn I. a. H MaClnakejr atilry C. Andrls A. McCloekey no. Tyrell Hoian R T. Evens Orr It E. Keel Kemockl ViB niUmn Fife L HB Chiodetti Connor R HB. Brill Valecce FB. Wleu North Catho'.ie 0 0 0 O 0 Roman 14 7 0 7 28 Ncr.htai Po.. Lower !erion f "5 L t. Buck Karmor.d LT. Barr Faiosgl L Q. Venerla "aey C. Shaver ;--.in R O. ailahan Cerg R T. Moran or..f.r.e; H E. KTdT Cirmei.s jb Davis ,oaoro i, hb Slephard Woooecin K MB, Barton i ' FB Sopper Northeatt 0 7 8 i 7 Lcer alerton a 0 (I 20 LOWER MERION SCORIHO Tout idovna Hopper. Buck, sfiephard. Extra point: Shaver, 2 ' racements l . NORTHEAST eCORINO Touchdov, a: Ott li ra p"!nt M:licr i placement . LOWER MERION BUBSTITUTES fnd tackle, lanero. Imn, guard. Neete; center r Varro barks Oliver. Oallihue. nukthaht SUBSTITUTES Ends. McDon-v-gh. Anderson. Marks. Venuto; tack In. fv-rsnie Norman. Silverman: fuardi. p arrtann . " --. inon-.paon: centers. Fisher. Hrnditch; fcacki, Pasta:iaiuec. Dia'oeomo. Morris, Eekert, K".td O't. Fitfcgera.d. Williams. Breider, Brhoor Reteree: Dirk Brtl; usr.plre. Malcolir D-rk ra linesman, Ray Mcmirr; field Juste. Lou Ambler Beats U. Merlon, 31-6 AMBLER. Pa., Sept. 13. Ambler High outclassed Upper Merion High 22-6. in a non-league game hire to- right. Earl Mundell, Ambler's bakfield ace. scored three of his team's six pointers, racing 55 yards for his second score in the second per'.od. Arr.h.er Pot Upper Verton F-ruzro LI t nderson Drageru L T Aadelny w L G. Uikii V rrn C Wilii ' nr.ic R o. Romano ' R T. Vane Ma, .em Ri a llereskl 1 .r.cs.er Q B M Kernon ManceLl LH8 Jtreskl H :me R H B. Oli.l P. Joftceen T B. Murphy Rbr 3 1J S 3! 0 0 0 6 6 Ma!!oi7l. Devig. Pninia -r lourhdoime Ambler. Mundell. Rube Arr.t:er. R Johnson, bark: Whitt bick: R. (errao. back: R. Mar, back: Jaclaol , back: e!uebei, baek. Hat!, end; Baker, tackle; M;r.e. cuard t'pper Merion: Busanr . end: F chardxai, tark.e; Varao. back R 'leree Capobrar.co VK.pir Crar.daTl. Hea4 linaa-c.aa ILiieeMl. ed team play. He scored twice, BobTGalligan tossed to John Taylor for another touchdown and Franny Brill culminated the fourth-period march by circling left end for six yards. WIESS KICKS 4 POINTS Chiodetti's long runs were preceded by a 54-yard scamper shortly-after the start by Dick Wiess, who also place-kicked the four extra points. Brill, Galllgan and substitute Tony Day alo displayed merit a ball carriers and all exhibited fine blocking. The Roman line was superb, both on offense and defense. North couldn't penetrate when it counted despite go(W work by Ed Samocki. Roman quickly displayed its prowess. Wiess' off-tackle gallop carried to the Falcons' 18, but the threat was halted when Francis Wtssman intercepted a pass by Wie.ss on the 11. However, the Cahillites, upon gaining possession on the 19, scored when Chiodetti carried the final 16 yards, hitting center and cutting to his right. FALCONS' FUMBLE COSTLY Shortly afterward. Francis Keel recovered Bob Eife's fumble on the Northeast 29. CJ- lligan passed to Keel lor a first on the nine. Roman crossed the goal line three times, two attempts being nullified for a man-in-motion before Galllgan tossed successfully to Taylor. In the second period. Roman took a punt exchange on the Falcon 34. yielded five yards on a penalty be fore Chiodetti hit left tackle and shifted to the right for a 39-yard tally. In the final period, Chiodetti sparked the march that ended with Brill going over. V 1- St!?. .1-4: ' 1 ; 'Jr - ,a V A. J NORTH CATHOLIC BACK AND HOPES TUMBLE BEFORE ROMAN Ed Samocki, North Catholic back, stumbles over an unidentified teammate and is downed after a short pain. Arrow points to the ball. Racing in on him are Roman Catholic High tacklers: (14) John Taylor (40) Bill Moscola, and (10) Tony Day. Roman won the battle last night at Temple Stadium, 28-0. Cards' Brazle Defeats Cubs 5-2 Victory Keeps j Flag Hopes Alive, Ends 6-Game Slump ST. LOUIS. Sept. 19. The St. Louis Cardinals ended their six-game losing streak tonight, delaying the clinching of the National League pennant for the Brooklyn Dodgers, as they whipped the Chicago Cubs, 5-2, behind the seven-hit pitching of Al Brazle. The race will be over as soon as the Cards lose a game or the Dodgers win one. Both play tomorrow. It was Terry Moore night and, prior to the game, the Cardinals' captain and centerfielder was pre sented with a new automobile and other gifts. Moore then stepped to the plate in the first inning with the bases loaded and droveaout a single for two runs to give the Cards a lead hey never lost. SCIIOKNDIENST DOl'BLKS Al Schocndienst, who had three hits, scored the third run in the fifth inning when he doubled and raced across on Stan Musial's single. Bill Nicholson's 24th homer of the season got a two-run Cubs rally started in the seventh Inning and in the last half of the same Inning, F.nos Slaughter hit his 10th round tripper. It II A 7. LE WINS 13TH Brazle, who gained his 13th vic tory, had to have help from Howard BCORINO- Touchdon: Chiodetti 2 Taylor, Brill Puinta after touchdown: Weill 4. NORTH: SUBSTITUTIONS: Kndi, Hagan, Banas, d'Angeio: tacklea. Ueane. Breasan. Mc- CUntock. Blazer; uard. Qrindier; center. Daley; cacav .tenner, flecnrei, otarrord. Wlsaman, Mr;utka. Relnak. falker. ROMAN feUBSTl-TUTIONS- tndl. Ilalnln. MaaarltT. Rewlil: taiklea, Swope. Beckman: auardi. DtFonev. Malloy. Moa)la: centera. Coevrove. MacEach-e.-n: backi. Dixon. McKala. utarr. Tula. OFFICIALS Referee. Keynolda. Dayton: umpire. Barron. Penn State; head linesman, Kane. Loyola; Held Judge. Gault. Muhleuberi. Overbrook Bows To Norristown Janiro Outpoints Pellone in N. Y. NEW YORK, Sept. 19 (UP). Tony Janiro, cherub-faced kid from Youngstown, O., spoiled young Tony Pellone's chances of getting a winter .shot at the welterweight title tonight by hammering out a unanimous 10-round decision over the rougr-house New Yorker. A crowd of 13.034 that paid $55,- 389 at Madison Square Garden saw Janiro register his second straight triumph over Pellone, At 150, Janiro had 3 ?i -pounds edge over his 60th victim in 64 fights. It was an excellent rough fight in which Pellone breadwinner for 10 younger brothers and sisters was warned three times for butting before being penalized the seventh round. In the eighth Pellone almost registered an upset knockout for he blasted Janiro Into the ropes with a hard, straight right to the chin. However, the 20-year-old Ohio fighter waged a strong late round rally. The United Press score sheet gave six rounds to Janiro, three to Pellone, and registered one even. Prellmlnarlea: Attlllo (Rocky) Castellanl. 134 i. Wllkea Barr. Pa. outpointed I-enny (Boom -Boom Manclnl, 148',j, Younnstown, O.. 8; Tony Bertucct. 15C',a. Brooklyn, outpointed Jimmy Mansla, 150, New York. (6). Davey Cohen, 14:1. New Yoik. outpointed Rua Anialone, 148, New York. Barney Met- ten. 19S. Brooklyn, stopped Jamea J. Kimball, 192. Woodbrtdite. N. J., 1, David Petera, 140;. New York, stopped Billy Bmith. 141. Boatoo, (3). Robinson Hailed as Hero At Brooklyn's Homecoming NEW YORK. Sept. 19 (AP). Jackie Robinson, Necro first baseman of the Brooklyn Dodgers, was besieged in a telephone booth today by several hundred fans, mostly white, as the National League leaders came home to a tumultuous reception. A half dozen police were summoned to rescue Robinson, and the crowd then followed him Into the subway station, leaping over turnstiles to pursue him into the train. I love it. It's wonderful, said Vpper Merion Toocr.downa AmbiaT. Mundell. 1 Ha.mei. 1. Upper Merion. Palone Head Coach WEST POINT. N. Y., Sert. 19 AP. Joseph M Palone, assistant noccer coach at the U. S. Military Academy the past two seisons. was named head coach today by Col. L. M. (B:3) Jor.es, direc'-or of athletics. NORRISTOWN, Sept. 19. Stop ping a last-period Overbrook High School drive on the four-yard line, Norristown High School defeated the Hilltoppers, 12-7, before 9000 on Roosevelt Field tonight to even the football series at four victories apiece. Scoring was confined to the second quarter. Recovery of a blocked punt on the Overbrook 26 by Dick Antonelli and Oene Coder's recovery of a fumble on the visitors' 30 started Norristown off to two quick touchdowns. George Williams, who carried the ball nine straight times, went over from the one. Bob Campbell ran 29 yards for the second Norristown six-pointer. Overbrook scored near the close of the half when Morton Rose blocked Curtis Coull's kick on the Norristown fire and Lionel Roth-berg fell on the ball in the end zone. Guy Celluccl kicked the extra point. Overbrook Rose Rothberf rarmuazA Meyer Pipolvera F Jafolla Candy Pilgrim Oo Id berg peoptea Lunnon Overbrook Norrietown OVER BROOK SCORTNO: Touchdown: Roth-berg Entra point: Celluccl. NORRISTOWN 8f(iRlS(i: Tuuchdomns: Wllliama. Campbell. OVERBROOK SUBSTITUTIONS: J. Jafolla, Levergood. Errmt. Celluccl. Glass. Obit. Scot-tni;ne. Henderson. Ruffin, Holiand. Concro. NORRISTOWN SUBSTITUTIONS: ConpereSla. B:bbo. Butler. Catania. Lloyd. Coull. 7-amelto. Reteree. Frb. Umpire: Herrog. Head l'nei-fnan: L. O. Wilson. Field Judge: Cnmmett. P o. Norristown L F.. Coder I.. T. Antonelli 1. O. DlUanto C. Cipone R O. Law R T. Mitchell R f Joseph 4 B Smith 1,. HB Campbell R HB. Gen:ardi F B w:l,laras - O 7 0 O 7 - o 12 o o ia SHKOR KNOCKS OUT FERRY BOSTON. Sept. 19 (UP). In per haps the most brutal battle staged in Boston Garden in 12 years, giant Johnny Shkor, 218, Boston, tonight scored a two-round technical knock out over youthful Tony Ferry, 195 Vi, Fall River, when Referee Johnny Martin halted the bout despite the protests of 2517 who paid a net of $4575. Few fights in ring history ever found more damage done in slightly more than five minutes with both participants, the referee, ring and nearby spectators bathed in blood. PRELIMINARIES: .lose Contreraa. 152. Fall River, decisioned. Eddie York. l.VH'i. Boston 44): Joey Bolduc, 128. Cambridge, outpointed Ray Dulmalne, 125 'i, Worcester (4); Oene Farland, 159 t. Providence. R. I., decisioned Al Barbosa. 153. Philadelphia (6: Ralph Regan, 112. Medford. technically knocked out Jimmy Kuzzo, 171. Weat Warwick. R. I. (2): Perry Lowe. 148. Newark, N. J., outpointed Qeorge (Red) Doty. 132a. Hartlord, conn. IB). WORCSSTIR. Mesi Dava fOolden Boy) Andrews. 144, Jewell, knocked out Jim wynn 148, New York tz ). Giants' Ott Off Active Roster NEW YORK, Sept. 19 (UP). Mel Ott, who Joined the New York Giants as a skinny high school kid 22 years ago and became the Na tional League's all-time home run king during his rise to the rank of manager, today announced his re tirement as an active player. Ott will continue to manage th Giants from the bench. Villanoya Rules Favorite Over Kings Point Today in Alumni Homecoming Day Game By MORT BERRY More burly in the line, heavier in the backfleld and richer In experience and depth. Villanova Col-pge will be favored to make Its 1947 football beginning an auspicious event when its meets U. S. Merchant Marine Academy (Kings Point) this afternoon at Villanova Stadium. On hand for the 2:30 P. M. kick- Ilasehnll Farts Race at a Glance By Associated Press Brooklyn t. Louis W. SI HI L. 5S 6.1 rcT. .823 .563 CB. TF N 10 REMAINING GAMES Brooklyn 8 Home Boston 2. New York 2) Away 4 (Philadelphia 2, Boston 2) rH. Lul 10 Home 3 (Chicago 3) Away 7 (Pittsburgh 4. Chicago 3 Brooklyn erheduie include unf inifthea eame of Aug. 17 with Philadelphia ordered replayed by President tor Irick). NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's Result St. Louis 5, Chicago 2, night. Only game scheduled. Standing of the Teams W. L. P.C Brooklyn - St. Louis Boston New York Cincinnati Chicago Pittsburgh PHILLIES 91 81 81 76 71 G6 - 60 59 55 63 67 68 78 80 87 87 .623 .563 .544 .528 .477 .452 .408 .404 G.B. 9 11 14 2I!i 25 31 32 G. B. -Games behind. Today's Schedule ' Probable Pltrher and Their Records PHII.I.Ifc at New York Kona l 14-9 ) vs. Koslo (15-10). Boston at Brooklyn Sain (19-11) vs. Lorn-kardl (12-10). Chicago al Kt. Louia t'hlaaaaa (7-S) vs. Manger (M-5). Only gamaa scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE Yesterday'a Results Washington at Boston, postponed. Only game scheduled. Standing of the 'learns W. L. P.C. G.B. New York 93 54 Boston 79 67 Detroit 78 68 Cleveland 77 68 .531 ATHLETICS 74 72 .507 Chicago 67 79 .459 60 85 .414 55 90 .379 Robinson when asked how he felt about the noisy welcome in Pennsyl vania Station. "I wasn't running away. The only thing I wanted was to call my wife and let her know I was back in town. It's wonderful I'm tickled silly." PEEWEE REESE 'LOST Robinson's heavy hitting was a big factor in the western road trip of the Dodgers during which the league championship was virtually assured. Mrs. Harold Reese couldn't find her husband, and over the loud speaker came the announcement. "Peewee Reese, meet your party in the station master's office." That started a mass rush that also brought out police reserves. The Reeses were asked to embrace so many times for photographers that finally someone asked him "What are you. the new Clark Gable?" No, the new Barrymore," he said .633 .541 13 .534 14 15 18'i 25!i 32 37 Washington St. Louis G. B. -Games behind. Taday'a Schedule Probable Pitchers and Their Records ATMLLTKS vs. New York, at Khibe Park. 2 P. M. Fowler (10-11) vs. Newsom (11-10). Washington at Boston (2) Wynn (16-14) and llaefner (9-13) or Kennedy (0-0) vs. Galehouse (10-10) and Johnson (11-9). Cleveland at Detroit (2) teller (1H-9) and Lemon (10-4) vs. Hutchinson (15-10) and Trout (10-11). SI. Louis at Chicago Kinder (7-14) vs Gebrtan (2-2). INS FOR WEEK AMERICAN LEAGUE S. r TV W. T. F. H, Ttls. AS 15 1 10 14 x X 40 10 8 8 10 11 8 Onolee Hanover Breaks World Trotting Record DELAWARE. O., Sept. 19 (AP). A world's record for trotting mares on a half-mile track was set today by Onolee Hanover on the getaway program of the Delaware Grand Cir cuit harness racing card. Onolee Hanover was brought from behind Algiers to win the second heat of the Dr. Spencer free-for-all trot in 2:01 3-5. The old record was set in 1943 by Mary M and tied in 1945 by Kaola. Victory .in the race finally went to Algiers who had won the first heat in 2:05 2-5 and outbrushed Onolee Hanover in the final heat which was in 2:08 1-5. Glen Heather's Drive Defeats Master Mind Favorite Wins at Camden; Denagee 3d; Fervent Choice in $30,000 'Cap Today By JOHN WEBSTER New Jersey's richest race for three-year-olds is to be run today at Garden State Park when Fervent, from the fabulous Calumet Farm, heads a field of eight named overnight for the $30,000 Jersey Handicap at a mile and a furlong. Hero of the recent American Derby In which he shattered Washington Park's track mark. Fervent must shoulder 125 pounds and spot from nine to 25 pounds to the other seven soDhomores Dous? uuuson, contract riacr ior war ren Wright's establishment, al ready the winner of a record-shattering million this year, rides the chestnut son of Blenheim 2d-Hug Again. Fervent, who seems reasonable- certain to be no better than 7-5 as public choice, will have the filly. Happiness, for a running mate. Twice a winner at Camden, the daughter of Blenheim 2d, carrying 105 pounds, will be ridden by Al Snider. GILBERT ON DOUBLE JAY I-'ervent's most formidable opponent in the Jersey is Double Jay, from the Wilmington-owned Ridgewood Stable. The black son of Balladier. voted last year's leading Juvenile, was slow in coming to form this season, but appears to have recaptured his high speed. Johnny Gilbert pilots Double Juy, promising winner at the meeting last Saturday, who carries 114. Completing the field are William Hells' Miss Kimo. 116. Frank Moon Pollet in the ninth when he loaded I "J?: Woodland farms Lighthouse. iu, aain manned oy veteran mm-my Malley; King Ranch's Bee Ann Mac. 109, with Warren Mehrtens at the helm; Christiana Stable's Ob-erod. 104. Joe Sneller the Jockey, and Mrs'. K. L. Hopkins' Ned Luck. the lightweight at 100, with Henri Mora listed to ride. Miss Kimo, who campaigns for New Jersey's leading owner and breeder, has won such filly tests as the Cleopatra. Artful and Fairy Chant Handicaps and the Misty Isle Stakes. The Hash filly could be a threat to the male performers, but. like Bee Ann Mac. she is currently on Long Island and is named for the $50,000 Beldame Handicap at Aqueduct which makes both doubtful starters in the Jersey. FAVORITE WINS IN DRIVE Bobanet Stable's consistent sprint specialist. Glen Heather, made good as the heavily backed favorite of 11.539 turf fans yesterday when he drove to a half-length victory over Brookmeaus Stable's Master Mind, the second choice, in the featured $4000 Lebanon Purse. With a 1:112-5 six furlongs, the brown son of Heliopolis deleated his seven three-year-old rivals to pay $4.80 straight. The day's mutuel handle was $1,344,029. Glen Heather, who was manned by Don Padgett, cr.rried 113 pounds the bases with only one out. Harry Lowrey, Cubs' third base man, sunerea a aisiocaica leic .moulder in the sixth inning when he collided with Shortstop Bob Sturgeon attempting to field an infield hit. Lowrey was removed to St. John's Hospital for X-rays. He will be lost for the rest of the season. Chlcro l.oul arhoa arhoa t.owrev.3b :i U o o 4 Pch'nd't.nb .1 1 3 2 2 Hack,:ib lOOOl Jours 2b ! O I I J r-Mlllems 1 0 0 0 I) Muaml.lb 4 1 J U Wallkus.lb 4 O 1 1 Medwica.ri .1 l i i Abrrson.lt X O 0 3 (1 Norihry.rl 1 0 0 0 0 Palko c( 4 0 12 0 merlin. rl OOOO I) Mrhetrint e 4 () O :i O Hlauahl t r .If 3 12 3 0 N hnlK'111,1 1 4 1 2 1 O More.nl " i " Hick.itb 4 110 1 Marion. sa a i Sturgeon. ea 4 O 2 O 4 Rlce.c 3 O O 3 1 Schmlti.p 1 O o l l Mraiie.p i i a-M'CuU'h 1 O O O O Pollet. p 0 0 0 O0 Kih.p o o o o n b-D. J lison 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 2 7 24 12 Totals 36 5 13 27 13 a Filed nut for Scl mlti In 7th. b -Wnlkrd for Kush In fltli. c C'allid out on sirtkea lur Hack In 0th rhlcnKO 00000 0 20 02 tit. Louie. 20001011 X 5 Errora none. Runs batted In Moore 2, Muslal. Nicholson, McCullouKh. KlauRMer. Schocndienst. Two base hits Waltkus. Hack. Schoendtenst, Mnrion. Home runs Nichol son. KlaiiKhtcr. sacrifice hits Schmltz. Rice. Lett on bases St. Louis 9. Chicago . Base on balls Schmltr 1: Brazle 4. strikeouts Schmltz 2: Brazle 3: Pollet 1. Hits olf Schmttz, 10 In 6; Kush. 3 in 2: Brazle. 7 In fi 13; Pollet. 0 In 23. Winning pitcher Brazle. I.oslnir pitcher Schmit.. Umpires Rcardon, Barlick and Jorda. Time 1:S6. Breadon Denies Dyer, Star Players Through ST. LOUIS, Sept. 19 (AP). Reports that the recent collapse of the St. Louis Cardinals may cost Eddie Dyer his managerial job and result in some star players being traded to other teams were generally denied today by owner Sam Breadon. "You can deny the whole thing," Breadon declared. "We have not had anything In mind about those matters. We have not been approachd by anyone for players and we have not approached anyone up to this time." As for Manager Dyer, Breadon reiterated what he said last June when the Cards were in & slump. At that time he said Dyer would remain as manager through the 1917 season and that the future would take care of itself. Continued on Page 17, Column 5 Boston 1 Chicago Cleveland 13 Detroit 27 10 34 45 New Yerk 6 x 10 5 3 a 24 SI. louts 4 x 11 OS 30 WaahVn 10 2 4 O O x IS Totals 77 33 60 63 24 0 247 NATIONAL LEAGl'K ! S. M. T. W. T. F. g. Tils-Boston 2 2 x 10 6 x 20 Brooklyn 19 x 7 4 7 x 37 Chlcaio 6 3a 13 5 2 31 Clncln'tl 5 x 3 13 9 x 23 New York 9 10 7 19 g x 54 PHILS 16 2 2 0 4 x 24 Pllt.b ih 10 12 1 2 8 x 33 SI.Louls 15 2 8 2 5 23 Totals 68 34 22 70 50 7 2S1 Helen Sigel Posts One-Over-Par 76 DETROIT. Sept. 19 (AP) . Helen Sigel, Philadelphia, a semi-finalist at Tulsa, Okla., last year, put in the best practice round to date for next week's Women'3 National Amateur golf championship by touring Franklin Hill3 Count rv Club's hilly par 75 layout today in 39-3776. Miss Sigel 's scoie was two strokes better than the 78s recorded in practice by Mrs. George Wilcox, of Miami; Dorothy Kirby, of Atlanta, and Peggy Kirk, of Findlay, Ohio, all of whom arrived to condition their game for Monday's 18-hole qualifying round on the 6350-yard cours. Match play for the title abdicated by Mildred (Babe) Didrikson Zahar-ias, who turned professional, opens next Tuesday and continues through Saturday, Sept. 27. Villanova vs. Kings Point VILLANOVA KINGS POINT No. W t. lit. riayer Po. Player Ht. Wt. No. 4R 1S3 6. PI Brown I.E. Kudd 6.00 190 48 53 235 6 02 Fernr L.T. Cramer 6.02 205 53 28 ISO 5.08 Pavalko L.G. Kellev 6.00 205 50 21 190 5.10 Witwh C. Mortimer 6.00 190 56 41 180 5.10 Barker R.C. Reynolds 6.00 185 55 58 6.01 SanduskT R.T. Zacharkow 6.00 230 62 51 13 6.01 Berranc R.E. Allen 6.02 178 29 22 175 6.00 Gordon QB. Dooley 5.08 1G5 37 Ct; 205 6.02 Krhmid L.I1R. Miciialski 6.00 185 38 2J 175 5.08 Capriotti , K.IIB. Smith 6.00 195 33 46 222 6.01 Pasquarirllo FB. Groover 5.10 185 35 VILLANOVA SQUAD 11. Wotff; 13, Doherly; 14, Polidor; 15. Griffith: 18. Tolskie; 19. Zehler; 20. Gattuso; 21, Witsch; 22. Smith: 25. Ro-manik; 2. McCarthy: 27, Rile: 28, Pavalko; 29. Searcelli; 30. Welde; 31, Velinr; 32, Gordon: 33, Caprio U; 34. Lani?an; 36, Kane; 38. Conches; 39, Siano; 40. Komarnicki; 41. Barker; 43, Yanelli; 44, Orsini: 45, Finklestein; 46, Pasquariello; 47, Sheahan; 48. Brown; 49. Smith; 50, Temple; 51, Ber-rane; 52. Zimba; 53, Ferry: 54, Lilienthal; 55, Schleichter; 56, Snyder; 57, I.imanni: 58, Sandusky; 59, Ctrlin; 60, Rogers; 62, Schreiber; 63, Clavin; 64. O fnllivan: 66. Srhmid. KINGS POINT SQUAD 11. Farmer; 13, Belleville; 15, McGuire; 16, Kennedy; 17. Korzko; 18. IUfier; 19. Rfpko; 21, Olsavsky; 22, Manzick; 23, McKie; 24. Vitelli; 25, Gatof; 27. Hickman; 28, Valentino; 29, Allen; 0, Dow ling; 31, Luntijrren; 33, Smith; 24, Moraso; 35, Groover; 36, Man-dell; 37, Dooley; 38. Miehalski 39. Hautsch; 42. Von Thron; 43. Mander-son: 44. Downes; 45. Blowers: 4 5. HuLsehosch; 47, Lee; 48, Rudd; 50, Kelley; 51. Sparks: 53, Cramer; 54, Smyth; 55, Reynolds; 56, Mortimer; 57, Kro-paek; 58. Franks; 59, Keller; 69, Miller; 62, Zacharkow; 65, Crarniak; 76, Stnller: 81. Biezup. OFFICIALS Referee, David Kaufman. Johns Hopkinn; Umpire, Frank S. Bergin, Princeton; Field Ji dje. John F. James. Jr., Trinceton; Head Linesman, Le WeinrotU Teni. Kirkoff, 2:30 T. M. off will be William J. Shanahan, class of 1897, who was the original right end when Villanova fielded Its first team in 1894. Among the other grads, who will tome back for the Main Liners' lone appearance on the college grounds and celebrate alumni homecoming week-end, are many others who contributed to the suc-cees of 53 earlier teams. In addition to a football game, the old grads and other spectators will witness a colorful half time perform ance by the well-drilled Kings Point Cadets. Nine of the starters who partici pated in the 40-6 victory over the visitors last year again will be oa the field at kickoff time. The only newcomers to the Villanova lineup are Ed Berrang, an end who attained varsity status during the course of the past season, and Johnny Witsch, a center wno was a reserve a year ago. Berrang and Al Barker, experienced guard and a capable placement kicker, will be game co-captains of a Villanova team whose line averages 205 pounds and its back-field 194U. Kings Point has a line average of 197 5-7 and a backfleld mean of 1S2',2. Its most highly regarded ball- 1 Continued on Ta.e 20, Column 3 z-lndicatea na games. TEN LEADING HITTF.B8 AMERICAN LEAGl'E Plater and Club 1. An. at n V n Williams. Boston 14S f.01 120 171 .341 MrCOSKY, A' Si 129 512 74 19 .330 Wright. Chlcaio 119 383 4N 125 .327 Kell. Detroit 143 554 68 17H .321 Mitchell, Cleveland 119 418 62 143 .321 NATIONAL LEAGl'K WALKr.K. PHILS 142 514 79 1RG .362 (avar'ta. Thlraco 122 447 54 141 .315 Klner, Plttsburih 139 541 115 170 .314 .alan, Cincinnati 124 .Vli 60 123 .314 Elliott, Boston 144 634 92 167 .313 KINS BATTED IN American Laue National League Williams, Ked Sol 103 Mise. Ciianta 35 DIMaggio, Yankeea H4 Kiner. Tiratea 124 Henrich. Yankeea 94 Cooper, Glanta 118 Doerr, Ked box 94 HOME RUNS Williams. Red Sox 3n Klner. Plralea 50 (iordnn. Indians 29 Mize. Ciianta 49 Heath, Brawn 26 Marshall. Giants 36 MINOR LEAGUE PLAYOFFS INTERSTATE LEAGl'K Allentown 11 Wilmington 1 (AllenUwn leads best 4 of 7 aeries, 3-2) INTERNATIONAL LEAGL'E Svrarnse at Buffalo, postponed. (Syracuse leads best 4 of 7 aeriea, 2-1)' EASTERN LEAGL'E Vtlra at Albany, postponed. (Teams tied In best 4 of 7 aeriea, l-I) Toronto Sells McMurdy TULSA, Okla., Sept. 19 (AP). The Tulso club of the U. S. Hockey League announced today the outright purchase of Doug McMurdy, young center-defenseman, from Toronto of the National Hockey League. McMurdy played with the Oilers last year on option from Toronto. Reading Defeats Ben Franklin, 18-0 READING. Pa.. Sept. 19. Reading High School defeated Ben Franklin High School, Philadelphia, tonight, 18 to 0, before 7500. It was the opening game of the season for Andy Stopper's football squad. Georgia Rally Wins Over Furman, 13-7 ATHENS. Ga., Sept. 19 (AP). A stubborn Furman eleven threw a scare into a sluggish University of Georgia team tonight but the Bulldogs finally pulled themselves together to score twice in the last period for a 13-7 victory. A crowd of 17,000 sat stunned as Furman, mainly on brilliant line play, stymied practically every threat of the Southeastern Conference co-champions for three quarters and then went ahead in the first minute of the last period, 7-0. Po s Georgia L. E. Zellera L. T. 1.. O. Furman OrllUn (lllreath Atkinson Elvmgion Thornton McQuenn T. Wham Prultt Mltle Johnson Blanken Furmun Georgia Overton Medalist With Record 67 Reading Pos. Weaver L E. Cooper L T. Reiser L O. Ted Smith C. Mover R a. Lattanzlo R r. Stevenson R E. Deem qh ITev I. HB. Su.li R HB. No)ak P.. Reading 0 Ben Franklin O RFADINO S C O R I N Q Sehmehl. Unyder. Hlldimo. STITUTIONft Ben Franklin Scott Still Silverman Blew Fisher Gnrman Lonmx B. Johnston Cannndy Bnxier Kehr ft 0 12 18 0 0 O O - - Touchdoans: READINO SUB- eortre. Oiehm. Case. Kupuen- oracli, Krtz, Relgel. cipallo. Cjiomotta. Broarty, Eckel. Dealing. Bchmehl. Nein. Snuaer. Faust, Brown. Van Buklrk. Shiiliz. Fone, Htldago. BEN FRANKLIN SUBSTITUTIONS Ford, Sigier. Owens. Churn, Paterjon, Brooks, Hall. Gardner. Henderson, Whitfield, Teagke. Bollinger, Williams. Bush flt. John Chandler R. G. B. Re:d R. T. George F F. Edwards q h Rauch 1, Hrt. Henderson R HB. Gcri F B. Bodine 0 O 0, 7 7 O O O 13 13 FiiRKfAM af-ORINU: Touchdown Johneon. Points after touchdown: Little (placement). G EOP.O I A SCORI NO Touchdnw ns Hcnder -sr.n, Kd wards. Tolni after touchdown: Geri (placement). Sports Results College FOOTBALL West Chester S. T. C. 20 Moravian 8 Sam lloutton S Butler Buffalo 27 Nlaaara 1 t.rorsia 1.1 furman 7 eirnlt 31 Central Michiian 14 Ferris Institute 7 Hope 6 Murphvsboro(Tenn.)fol.l2 Cape Gir'dean St. O Middle Tenn. Tchrs. 13 . . ... Missouri St. O Baylor 34 Stephen Austin O Texaa Mines 19 Drake 7 School FOOTBALL catholic i.i:a;i e Roman Catholic 2 ...... North Catholic 0 BlKLINtiTON COUNTY IKAtilK Florence 8 Burlington 7 OTII1R GAMIS Allentown 13 Southern 12 West Phlla. 7 Coatesvllle (I Kadnor 27 I'pper Chichester 0 I'hllllpsburg 7 Northampton Lower Merion 20 Northeast Carlisle 39 West VI voming Fallslngton O I.anghnrne Amhlrr 31 I'pper Merion Tamaqua 7 Mt. Carmrl Ban-or 13 Stroud. burg l.ansrlale 7 TredrfTrin-F.asttown UuRkrrtown 13 K. Greenville I'arrUhurg Catholic 6 .... William Penn New Hloomfleld 14 Roiling Springs Lebanon 24 Chsmhershurg rottsville 20 Schuylkill Haven Mlnersville 31 MrAilat York 13 .. .. Eastern (Wash.. I. C. ) Overbrook Shippensburg Susquehanna Ben Franklin Glassboro Negro Rivals Tie; Rain Halts Opener NEW YORK. Sept. 19 (AP). The first game of the Negro wwld series between the Cleveland Buckeyes and New York, Cubans was called after six innings because of rain with the score tied, 5-5. A crowd of 5500 was at the Polo Grounds. The teams make a fresh start in the best-of-seven series, Sunday at Yankee Stadium, then move to Phil- adelphia's Shibe Park for the next contest, Monday night. By FKED BYROD Inquirer Sports Reporter NORTH FIELD, N. J Sept. 19 Forty-nine-year-old Spencer Overton, from Baltimore's Rolling Road Club, gave the youngsters another golfing lesson today when he won the medal with a five-under-par 35-32 67 in the qualfylng round of the fourth annual Fraser Invitation Tournament at the Atlantic City Country Club. The graying, bespectacled Overton, many times Maryland Amateur champion and current Maryland Open ruler, breezed home three strokes in front of his closet rival with a new qualifying round record. The old record joint achievement of Overton. Billy Hyndman and J. Wood Piatt last year, was 71. IT'S THE SALT AIR Little Harry Elwell, Ocean City, turned in the only other suo-par card, 35-35 70. Al Bcsselink, Spring Hill, 36-3672, and Ed Semmler. Kenwood. Washington. D. C, 38-34 72, landed on the line. A sniff of salt air always seems to bring out Overton's best golf. He twice won the Gelst Memorial Cup tournament at Seaview in pre-war years and got to the semi-finals here last year before being bounced out by Hyndman. ONLY ONE BOGIE Hyndman, who had won or tied for the medal in all three previous tournaments, had to skip this one because of torn shoulder ligaments Also absent, incidentally, is the 1946 winner, Howard Everitt, who whipped Bill in the final. Overton digressed from par only once, missing the green on the sec- W.Chester Beats Moravian, 20-6 Carloza, DaLonza Score Touchdowns In Opening Game WEST CHESTER, Pa.. Sept. 13 Coach Glenn Killinger's West Chester Teachers College football team scored two touchdowns and checked in with two drop-kicked field goa'.s to defeat Moravian CuliKC. -0 to C, In its opening ganu? before 5.000 on Wayne Field, tonight. The field goals were by "Marty" Koons, senior guai J from ohn Harris High in Harrkbur?. The first, a 25 yard boot, came in the second period and the second. 20 yards, in the tliird. The 23 yard kick wa.i from a difficult angle. Breaks led to touchdowns for Wet Chester in the firi.t and secoid quarters. CAHI.OA GOES OVFR A fumble on his own 24 by Geor;t Fritchman, Moravian halfback. gav West Chester its chance in the first quarter. Nick Di Franks recovered the fumble. Joe Carloza, ex-Phila. Southerr High back, then moved the ball to the Moravian nine, from that point, Carloza went wide around his own left end to score. In the second quarter. Moravian lost the ball on downs at its own 2 yard stripe as a bad pass from center Lou Molnar went .ver ths head of Frank Weaver, back to pur.t. On one play, Joe DaLonza. sophomore halfback frorR Clifton Heights, slashed through the line to score. MORAVIAN CLICKS After both touchdowns. Ray Dl Serafino, big tackle from Berwyn. booted the extra point from placement. Late in the third quarter, quarterback Frank Weaver started a Moravian attack moving when he returned a klckoff from his own five to the 42. In 11 plays the Greyhounds scored. A 23 yard pass. Weaver to Bill Margetich, featured the advance, climaxed by a seven yard scoring pass from Weaver to substitute end Eugene Meyers in the end zone. Joe Stefar.ik's kick for extra point hit the cross bar ar.d bounced back. Moravian outscored West Chester in first downs, 10-9. but the Rams had an edge of 181-93 yards ia ground gained from scrimmage. Continued on Pase 20, Column 3 W. Chester J-r;e! Otc.-.e;i Lo-var.a P-net Po.: Riekenbaca DaLcnsn O Donne I Antont 3 0 21 0 TeachdoE. Moravian Poa. Dtetz L E. Ktelanik L T. Jago L G. Kudella C. DeMiche'o R o. Longnecker R T. Storch P E Weaver QB Snyder LHH Fritrhmaa . R H3. Pollce;;i FB. West Chester 7 10 Moravian O t WERT CHESTER SCORING' Carloza. DaLonra. r'te.d goaia B,ocr.s. 2. Points alter teuendoa n placements t R Dt Serafino. MORAVIAN FCORINO Toucr-.nqwn. Meyers. WEST CHESTER SUES: Backs, sterner. Cariora. Bialr. Schneider. Wa:dmar, MaeNlcoll. Di Franks. Baaile: ends. Leor.ar. Stump. Rcveto; tackles. A. Dt Eerartr.o. R Dt Serafino. Barber. Kati: guards. Ueun. Kooca, Bocceiii. Coren. Schm.ttel; center. aa'Ad.-iak. MORAVIAN Frns- Barks. 0 Ar.g1:s. Reetie:. Ray Snyder, Spadt; ends, Margetich. Maversr tackles, No:i guards, ICeim, aCaLdauga. Mantz: center. Moinar. OFFICIAL Referee. Robert L Da'.laa. Penn State: umpire. Oeorge Sargisson. N Y. U.: Ha linesman. Worthlr.gtcn turrick. Temple; lie. 4 Judge, Warren Weiier, Temple. Chapman to Stay As Phils' Pilot Speculation over Ben Chapman's status as manager of the Phillies ended vesterdar with the announcement by Robert R. M. Carpenter, Jr., club president, and Herb Pennock, general manager, that Chapman would continue to direct the local National Lea rue baseball team next year. Chapman has a contract signed this year which carries until the end of next season. The Phillies' front office does not hold Ben responsible for the lowly position of the team, which finished in fifth place last year. Penn Returns From Camp; Squad in Top Condition 12 Norrlsto Herhey 7 Middlrlovrn 20 . . Heading IS Vineland 7 Camden Catholic Professional FOOTBALL AI L-AMERIC A CON! ERENl'F Buffalo 31 Chicago 14 STANDINGS East Division West Division W.L.T. Pet. W L.T. Pet. Buffalo :l 1 0 .750 San Frisco 3O0 1.0O0 New York 2 10 .Afi7 Cleveland 2 0 0 1.000 Baltimore 110 .51)0 xl.osAngeles 12 0 ,:i l:l xltronklyn 0 3 0 .000 Chicago 0 4 O .000 X-Doee not Include last nlght'a game. EXHIBITION Chicago Card's(NFL) 7 Boston Tanks(M'L) 3 Amateur SOFTBALL WORLD'S TOl'RNET Men's Division fearwater Fla. 3 Mineola. NT. Toronto, Ont., 2 Washington, D. C. Womrn'a Division Toronto, Ont. 1 f ort Worth, Teg. By ART MORROW Erown as old saddle leather and, they hope. Just as tough, the University of Pennsylvania's football players returned yesterday from pre-season maneuvers at Hershey, and Head Coach George Munger pronounced it the most successful training venture in years. Where a year ago passer Bob Evans came back with an unhinged knee, runner Al Sica with an aching bnek, signal-caller Carmen Falcone with a torn Achilles tendon and even big George Savitsky with a tender elbow, the Quakers arrived yesterday in condition for the opener with Lafayette College, even if that conflict were to be held today Instead Gloucester 7 of two weeks hence. ONLY TWO SIDELINED Only two players might possibly have to be withheld if the action were today, and one of these, Passaic's wingback Bob Topchick, was able to frolic around the practice field at Hershey yesterday morning ss the other members of the, squad romped through a signal drill designed to increase their speed. Topchick suffered a pulled tendon in the right leg; but will be ready for full-scale action Monday, as will Jim McCullough, the 200-pound short guard whose twin brother, 180-pound John, is a long guard. Jim, who pulled a tendon in his left leg, was the only Pennsylvanian injured in actual scrimmage. It was an easy trip for Dr. Harry Hoffman, the team physician, and Trainers Billy Morris and Mickey McLaughlin. FEW BUMPS, BRUISES "The easiest." said Mickey, "in about six years. There were only few injuries that caused any one to miss any practice. Charles Hassler. the center, turned his ankle last Saturday, and Jerry McCarthy, the end, was out a day or two with m. bruised elbow. Jim Conway, the tackle, hurt his shoulder foolinz around without pads ore day. and Don Schneider, the halfback, had a slight leg pull. But all these fellows are okay now, and otherwise all we had to cope with were the run-cf-the-mine bqmps and bruises." McLaughlin ascribes the happy state of affairs to "just luck," but Munger has another explanation. "Football Is. a game that requires year-'round conditioning." says he. "If the' fellows wait until practice starts to begin whipping themselves into shape, there are bound to be a lot of injuries. This year the fellows all reported in good condition; most of them worked hard all summer, some of them in laboring jobs, others as counsellors in boys' camps, like Continued on Page 19, Column 4

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